A Plain and Succinct Narrative of the Late Riots and Disturbances in the Cities of London and Westminster, and Borough of Southwark

A Plain and Succinct Narrative of the Late Riots and Disturbances in the Cities of London and Westminster, and Borough of Southwark

Containing, Particulars of the Burning of Newgate, the King's Bench, the Fleet, and New Bridgewell Prisons. Also, the Houses of Lord Mansfield, Sir John Fielding, Messrs. Langdale, Rainsforth, Cox, Hyde, &c. Romish Chapels, Schools, &c. With An Account of the Commitment of Lord George Gordon to the Tower, and Anecdotes of His Life. To Which Is Prefixed, An Abstract of the Act Lately Passed in Favour of the Roman Catholics. And An Account of the Bill, as Moved for in Parliament by Sir George Savile, With the Observations of Sir George and Mr. Dunning on the Papist Penal Laws. The Second Edition, Corrected: With An Appendix. By William Vincent, of Gray's Inn

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Publisher: London : Printed for Fielding and Walker, Pater-Noster-Row, M.DCC.LXXX. [1780]
Characteristics: [2],62,[12]p. ; 8⁰
Additional Contributors: Vincent, William of Gray's Inn

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