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The defence made by John Ambrose : Esq ; late captain of His Majesty's ship the Rupert, on his trial at the Court-Martial, holden on Board the London, at Chatham-Dock, September 23d, continued by several Adjournments, and still sitting. Faithfully taken, as it was delivered by the Captain on Monday the fourth day of November, 1745. Together with the sentence that was passed on him by the Court-Martial. By a gentleman of the Inner-Temple. Preview this item
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The defence made by John Ambrose : Esq ; late captain of His Majesty's ship the Rupert, on his trial at the Court-Martial, holden on Board the London, at Chatham-Dock, September 23d, continued by several Adjournments, and still sitting. Faithfully taken, as it was delivered by the Captain on Monday the fourth day of November, 1745. Together with the sentence that was passed on him by the Court-Martial. By a gentleman of the Inner-Temple.

Author: John Ambrose
Publisher: Dublin : Printed for Peter Wilson, at Gay's-Head, in Dame-Street ; And James Esdall, at the Corner of Copper-Ally, on the Blind-Quay, M, DCC, XLV. [1745]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Ambrose
OCLC Number: 642185772
Description: 1 online resource (24 pages)

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