The case of Mr. Francis Francia, the reputed Jew. Who was acquitted of high-treason, at the Sessions-House in the Old Baily, on Tuesday, Jan. 22. 1716. Together with the learned arguments for and against him, by the Council for the King and the Prisoner: As also the Substance of the several intercepted Letters, between Him and his Correspondents in France; In Particular that, at the Sight of which, Mr. Harvey of Combe, is said to have Stab'd himself. Likewise a True Copy of another written in Justification of his Behaviour to Mr. Cowper, one of the Council for the King, on that Memorable Occasion: With the Names of the Jury that brought Him in, Not Guilty

Publication Date1716
Publisherprinted for John Gouldins near Lincolns Inn; and are to be sold by the booksellers of London, and Westminster

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