Minutes and Proceedings of a Court-Martial, held on John Crookshanks, Esq. ... Now first published by Robert Kirke ... Occasioned by the evidence of Mr. Crookshanks given in a cause lately depending in the Ecclesiastical Court between Sir George and Lady Warren. Together with the deposition of Mr. Crookshanks to the thirty-sixth article of Lady Warren's libel, and his cross examination thereon: with Mr. Kirke's remarks on the whole
S. Bladon; S. Leacroft, 1772 - 171 pages
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