Gallick reports

Publication Date1737
Remainderor, an historical collection of criminal cases, adjudged in the supreme courts of judicature in France. A Work equally Instructive and Entertaining. In which is Comprized, An Account of Arnold du Tilh, an Impostor, who deceived a Man's Wife and Relations, and puzzled, for a long Time, the Parliament of France. The History of a young Lady, whose Eloquence saved the Life of her Lover. A Narration of the stealing away a Lady of Quality's Son, by her Husband's Relations, in order to secure the Estate. Memoirs of the famous Madam de Brinvilliers, who poisoned her Father, and two Brothers, and attempted the Life of her Sister, &c. The Misfortunes of the Sieur D'anglade, condemned (tho' Innocent) to the Gallies, and who died before his innocence was discovered. The Intrigues of Cardinal Richlieu, for the Destruction of Urban Grandier, a Priest, whom he caused to be burnt for Sorcery. The Case of Madam Tiquet, beheaded in the late Reign, for attempting the Life of her Husband. To which is prefixed a copious preface, in relation to the laws and constitution of France.
Publisherprinted by J. Applebee, in Bolt Court, Fleet-Street; for J. Hazard, against Stationers-Hall; J. Brindley in New Bond Street; J. Jolliffe, in St. James's-Street; C. Corbett, against St. Dunstan's-Church, Fleet-Street; Ward and Chandler, without Temple Bar, and E. Withers, against Chancery-Lane, Fleet-Street

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