The tryal of Charles Lord Mohun, before the House of Peers in Parliament, for the murder of William Mountford; which began the 31 of January 1692. [i.e. 1692/3] And continued by several adjournments till the fourth of February following; the Most Honourable the Lord Marquiss of Carmarthen, Lord President of Their Majesties Council, being Lord High Steward pro hac vice

by Mohun, Charles Mohun Baron

Publisher: Printed by Edward Jones and published by him and Randal Taylor in [London]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 64 Downloads: 164
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Subjects:

  • Homicide,
  • Principals (Criminal law)
  • Edition Notes

    StatementTogether with the questions of law, put by their lordships to the judges; with the arguments of my Lord Mohun"s counsel, and the opinions of the judges upon the said questions. Published by command of the House of Peers
    ContributionsGreat Britain. Parliament House of Lords
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination64 p. ;
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25590296M

The tryal of Charles Lord Mohun, before the House of Peers in Parliament, for the murder of William Mountford; which began the 31 of January 1692. [i.e. 1692/3] And continued by several adjournments till the fourth of February following; the Most Honourable the Lord Marquiss of Carmarthen, Lord President of Their Majesties Council, being Lord High Steward pro hac vice by Mohun, Charles Mohun Baron Download PDF EPUB FB2