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Trials for adultery, or, The history of divorces [Volume 3]

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Page 3Section 1; Sarah Oliver, against Samuel Euclid Oliver. Libel given in the 3d of February, 1774.
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Page 6Section 1; 17th March, 1774. The Deposition of Elizabeth Tinman.
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Page 9Section 1; The same witness upon interrogatories.
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Page 11Section 1; 22d March, 1774. The deposition of Elizabeth Jane Hoskings.
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Page 23Section 1; The same witness upon interrogatories.
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Page 26Section 1; 23d March, 1774. The Deposition of Elizabeth Hoskings.
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Page 36Section 1; The same witness upon interrogatories.
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Page 38Section 1; 24th March, 1774. The Deposition of Catherine Clarke.
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Page 47Section 1; Exhibits marked as follows, A, B,C, D, brought in 3d February, 1774. [;] The following exhibit B, is a letter from Samuel Euclid Oliver, to Elizabeth Hoskings, his wife's sister.
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Page 50Section 1; The exhibit marked D, is a letter from Samuel Euclid Oliver, to Mr. and Mrs. Hoskings.
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Page 1Section 2; Henry Knight, Esq. against Catherine Knight. Libel given in the 17th of May, 1770.
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Page 4Section 2; 22d May, 1770. The Deposition of Thomas West.
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Page 7Section 2; 8th June, 1770. The Deposition of James Davies.
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Page 12Section 2; 12th June, 1770. The Deposition of Elizabeth Davies.
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Page 18Section 2; 13th June, 1770. The Deposition of Meliora Eaton.
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Page 21Section 2; 16th June, 1770. The Deposition of Richard Thomson.
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Page 23Section 2; 21st June, 1770. The Deposition of Jane Freeman.
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Page 1Section 3; Lord Ligonier, against Lady Ligonier. Libel given in the 17th of June, 1771.
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Page 5Section 3; 15th July, 1771. The Deposition of Thomas Johnson.
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Page 10Section 3; 15th July, 1771. The Deposition of William Pepper.
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Page 15Section 3; 16th July, 1771. The Deposition of Nathaniel Sandy.
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Page 29Section 3; 16th July, 1771. The Deposition of Robert Lander.
Page 30Section 3; 16th July, 1771. The Deposition of John Weitley.
Page 31Section 3; 16th July, 1771. The Deposition of George Pope.
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Page 33Section 3; 17th July, 1771. The Deposition of Ann Heath.
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Page 35Section 3; 17th July, 1771. The Deposition of Ann Mitchlet.
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Page 41Section 3; 17th July, 1771. The Deposition of Ann Bartholomew.
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Page 44Section 3; 18th July, 1771. The Deposition of Lydia Stockdale.
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Page 48Section 3; 18th July, 1771. The Deposition of Munnings Capp.
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Page 50Section 3; 18th July, 1771. The Deposition of Elizabeth Chilton.
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Page 52Section 3; 18th July, 1771. The Deposition of William Fletcher.
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Page 57Section 3; 18th July, 1778 [1771?]. The Deposition of William Woods.
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Page 60Section 3; 19th of July, 1771. The Deposition of John Wilkinson.
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Page 66Section 3; 3d August, 1771. The Deposition of Lancelot Baugh.
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Page 71Section 3; 3d August, 1771. The Deposition of Frances Ligonier.
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Page 73Section 3; 16th October, 1771. The Deposition of Ann Nicholls.
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Page 75Section 3; 5th November, 1771. The Deposition of Thomas Byrne.
Page 76Section 3; 7th November, 1771. The Deposition of Oliver Farrer.
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Page 1Section 4; Clotworthy Dobbin, against Mary Macnamara Dobbin. Libel given in the 31st of January, 1778.
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Page 3Section 4; 2d February, 1778. The Deposition of John Darby.
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Page 5Section 4; 2d February, 1778. The Deposition of Thomas Stubbin.
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Page 17Section 4; 4th February, 1778. The Deposition of Abigail Ellis.
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Page 20Section 4; 5th February, 1778. The Deposition of Mary Smith.
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Page 23Section 4; 7th February, 1778. The Deposition of James Lee.
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Page 26Section 4; 24th February, 1778. The Deposition of James Lee.
Page 27Section 4; 7th of February, 1778. The Deposition of John Williams.
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Page 1Section 5; Richard Heatley, against Arabella Heatley. Libel given in the 6th of December, 1770.
Page 2Section 5; 12th December, 1770. The Deposition of Elizabeth Henman.
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Page 11Section 5; 9th February, 1771. The Deposition of Wortham Hitch.
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Page 13Section 5; 9th February, 1771. The Deposition of William Dawson.
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Page 20Section 5; 5th January, 1771. The Deposition of Susan Gray.
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Page 31Section 5; 5th February, 1771. The Deposition of Henrietta Lawrance.
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Page 43Section 5; 5th February, 1771. The Deposition of Quarles Harris.
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Page 53Section 5; 10th January, 1771. The Deposition of Wentworth Gregory.
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Page 56Section 5; 12th January, 1771. The Deposition of John Shaw.
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Page 59Section 5; 14th January, 1771. The Deposition of Elizabeth Potters.
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Page 66Section 5; 18th January, 1771. The Deposition of Ann Adams.
Page 67Section 5; 19th January, 1771. The Deposition of Daniel Eldridge.
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Page 70Section 5; 5th February, 1771. The Deposition of John Jolly.
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Page 73Section 5; 8th April, 1771. The Deposition of Thomas English.
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Page 79Section 5; 20th April, 1771. The Deposition of John William Jay.
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Page 1Section 6; Dorothy Arnold, against John Arnold. Libel given in the 10th of December, 1767.
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Page 6Section 6; 12th January, 1768. The Deposition of Elizabeth Hawkes.
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Page 9Section 6; 12th January, 1768. The Deposition of Sarah Horsey.
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Page 12Section 6; 14th January, 1768. The Deposition of James L'Argeau.
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Page 16Section 6; 14th January, 1768. The Deposition of Mary Raitt.
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Page 21Section 6; 15th January, 1768. The Deposition of Ann Dawson.
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Page 27Section 6; 30th January, 1768. The Deposition of Jane Warren.
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Page 31Section 6; 16th February, 1768. The Deposition of Peter Horsey.
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Page 33Section 6; 9th March, 1768. The Deposition of Lawrence Warren.
Page 34Section 6; 9th March, 1768. The Deposition of William Matthews.
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Page 36Section 6; 10th March, 1768. The Deposition of Robert Hynam.
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Page 1Section 7; Sir Tho. Charles Bunbury, Bart. Against Lady Sarah Bunbury. Libel given in the 22d of April, 1769.
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Page 3Section 7; 22d April, 1769. The Deposition of Roger Rush.
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Page 5Section 7; 23d April, 1769. The Deposition of Margaret Frost.
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Page 8Section 7; 23d April, 1769. The Deposition of Martha Bissell.
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Page 11Section 7; 23d April, 1769. The Deposition of Charles Brown.
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Page 13Section 7; 23d April, 1769. The Deposition of John Swale.
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Page 15Section 7; 23d April, 1769. The Deposition of Richard Javelleaue.
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Page 1Section 8; Jonathan Collet, against Anne Charlotte Collet. Libel given in the 28th of June, 1770.
Page 2Section 8; 1st August, 1770. The Deposition of Edward Chapman.
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Page 5Section 8; The same witness upon interrogatories.
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Page 8Section 8; 8th October, 1770. The Deposition of Thomas Collet.
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Page 11Section 8; The same witness upon interrogatories.
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Page 16Section 8; 8th October, 1770. The Deposition of Richard Hopkins.
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Page 25Section 8; 9th October, 1770. The Deposition of John Fennymore.
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Page 31Section 8; 9th October, 1770. The Deposition of William Stock.
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Page 39Section 8; 11th October, 1770. The Deposition of John Carmichael.
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Page 42Section 8; 17th October, 1770. The Deposition of Enoch James.
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Page 44Section 8; Charges alledged on the part and behalf of Anne Charlotte Collet, against her husband, Jonathan Collet.
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Page 54Section 8; Interrogatories to be administered on the part and behalf of Anne Charlotte Collet, of the parish of Hampstead, in the county of Middlesex, and diocese of London, the lawful wife of Jonathan Collet, to the several pretended witnesses, produced, or to be produced, sworn and examined on the several positions, or articles of a certain pretended libel given in, and admitted in this cause, on the part and behalf of the said Jonathan Collet, of the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, in the said county of Middlesex, and diocese of London, in a certain pretended cause of separation, or divorce, from bed, board, and mutual cohabitation, by reason of adultery promoted by the said Jonathan Collet, against the said Anne Charlotte Collet, follow (to wit)
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