London: Printed for Cooper and Wilson, 1799. Hardcover. Trial of British whig sympathizers for inciting a riot in court. In May 1798 the defendants Sackville Tufton, 9th Earl of Thanet, Fox, Sheridan, Erskine, and other Whig sympathizers were present at the trial of Arthur O'Connor (member of the Society of United Irishmen). O'Connor was found not guilty, but was not released; Thanet and the others were charged with having created a riot in the court in an attempt to rescue O'Connor.
8vo, iv, 150, , 33,  pp, plus 2nd title and fold out diagram. Three quarter leather and marbled boards. Boards and spine rubbed and chipped. Loose in covers. Internally, very good condition. As is. OCLC: 22720683. Good condition. Item #24365