The trial of Æneas Mac Donald, banker to the pretender at Paris, who was try'd and convicted of high-treason on Thursday, December 10, 1747, at St. Margaret's-Hill, Southwark, before the judges and commissioners, nam'd in the king's special commission for trying those persons that were concern'd in the late rebellion

Publication Date1748
RemainderTo which is added an account of his life; and how far he promoted the pretender's cause: with many particulars relating to him since his confinement, including the artful manner in which he escap'd from Newgate, and his being retaken, &c
PublisherPrinted for W. Price, near the Sessions-House in the Old Baily



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