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[External Resource] The Trial of John Taylor, Commonly Called Barm-Jock, for the Supposed Crime of Being the Principal Ringleader of the Riots, which Took Place in Edinburgh, June 6, 1792

URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.hxjui7
Title: [External Resource] The Trial of John Taylor, Commonly Called Barm-Jock, for the Supposed Crime of Being the Principal Ringleader of the Riots, which Took Place in Edinburgh, June 6, 1792
Creator: Taylor, John
Description: This short work contains a trial report of John Taylor who allegedly led the riots in Edinburgh in June 1792. The book contains a number of depositions from the case and the jury's verdict of not guilty as well as the author's belief that the entire trial was a farce.
Type: Book
Publisher: Edinburgh: John Thompson
Date: 1792
Contributor: Google
 

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