The Whole Proceedings On the King's Commission of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, And Gaol Delivery for the City of London, and also The Gaol Delivery For the County of Middlesex, held at Justic Hall, in the Old Bailey; on Wednesday, 23rd of October, 1822,and following Days; Being the Eighth Session in the Mayoralty of the Right Hon. Christopher Magnay, Lord Mayor of the City of London. Taken in Short-Hand by H. Buckler, (By Authority of the Corporation of the City of London.)
4to book, pp.66. Tatty edges and paper toning. Some water staining.
An account of the Old Bailey Sessions from 23rd October 1822 over several days when the accused are put on trial and punished. 117 cases are heard where case number 1489 a Mary Morris is transported for theft. Christopher Magnay (1746-1826) was the Lord Mayor of London from 1821 - 1822; this was his last session to preside over the court proceedings at the Old Bailey. George IV was on the throne at the time. Many of the accused were transported executed fined and found not guilty! A major source for the subject of transportation.
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