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Famous trials of history
Birkenhead, Frederick Edwin Smith 1st Earl of
|Statement||by the Rt. Honourable the Earl of Birkenhead.|
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|Pagination||vii, 316 p. :|
|Number of Pages||316|
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N.Y., Doran [©] (OCoLC) OCLC Number: Description: 2 volumes 23 cm: Contents: V. The trial of Mary, queen of Scots. --The trial of Thomas Wentworth (earl of Strafford)The man who stole the King's crownThe trial of Green and others for the murder of Sir Edmundbury GodfreyLord MohunThe trial of Spencer CowperThe trial of Captain KiddThe wardens of the :// Buy a cheap copy of Famous trials of history book.
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Honourable the Earl of Birkenhead. The trial of Mary, queen of ScotsThe trial of Thomas Wentworth (earl of Strafford)The man who stole the king's crownThe trial of Green and others for the murder of Sir Edmundbury GodfreyLord MohunThe trial of Spencer CowperThe trial of Captain KiddThe wardens of the FleetThe trial of Eugene AramThe trial The Mammoth Book of Famous Trials is a collection of 35 of the most famous trials of the 20th century.
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Alfred Dreyfus, a French artillery captain of Jewish descent, was arrested in for passing secret information to the German government. The next year he was convicted of treason before a military court, and sentenced to life imprisonment.
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Inckley gift. Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The trial of Mary Queen of Scots --The trial of Thomas Wentworth (Earl of Strafford) --The man who stole the king's crown --The trial of Green and others for the murder of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey --Lord Mohun --The trial of Spencer Cowper --The trial of Captain Kidd --The wardens of the fleet --The Famous Trials: Cases That Made History.
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