The trial of Mrs. Ann Wood, wife of William Wood, Esq. Commissary and pay-master of artillery; for adultery with Quintin Dick, Esq. merchant, of King-street, Cheapside, London; During the absence of her said husband in North America and the West-Indies, upon His Majesty's duty. Being the particulars of an adulterous intercouse for the space of several years. In which the amorous parties shewed as little attention to decency as to fidelity. This cause was tried a few days ago in the Consistorial Episcopal Court at Doctor's Commons

Publication Date1786
PublisherPrinted for G. Lister, No. 46, Old Bailey; and all booksellers in Great-Britain and Ireland


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