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Prosecutions for Libel, Blasphemy, and Sedition 1813-1822 (England Wales and Scotland)

19/03/1823

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c PROSECUTIONS FOR LIBEL, BLASPHEMY, AND SEDITION; 1813— 1822. RETURN to an Address of the House of Commons, dated 19th March 1823- for A RETURN OF THE INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE BEEN PROSECUTED, Either by INDICTMENT, INFORMATION, or other PROCESS, for public LIBEL, BLASPHEMY, and SEDITION, in England, Wales, and Scotland, from 31st December 1812 to 31st December 1822, distinguishing the following Particulars; viz.— Whether Prosecution was commenced by the Attorney or Solicitor General, or by what other Persons; the Name of each Individual prosecuted, and his then place of Residence; the character of the offence, whether Libel, Blasphemy, or Sedition; the County in which the Prosecution was commenced, and the date when commenced; whether Tried, or not; if Tried, the county and court in which the case was Tried, and date when Tried; whether Acquitted, or Convicted; if Convicted, the Sentence passed, and the date thereof; when Released from prison; and if not released, why Detained. Whitehall, n H hobhouSE. July 11, 1823. J 1.— Court of King's Bench. 2.— Midland Circuit. 3.— Oxford Circuit. 4 Western Circuit. 5.— Crown Court, Durham. 6.— Crown Court, Lancaster. 7.— Chester Great Sessions. 8.— Cheshire Sessions. VIZ. 9.— Devon Sessions. 10.— Exeter Sessions. 11.— Middlesex Sessions. 12.— London Sessions. 13.— Lancashire Sessions. 14.— Oxfordshire Sessions. 15.— Staffordshire Sessions. 16— Warwickshire Sessions. 17.— Kingston - upon - Hull Sessions. 18.— Yorkshire East Riding Sessions. 19.— Yorkshire West Riding Sessions. 20.— Scotland. Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 16 July 1823. 562. A
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