The Reply of Robt. B*l*w*n, Esq., on being asked what could induce him to undertake the defence of the editor of the C*n*d**n F*ee*an, in the recent indictment for libel, commonly called the Bu*kw*e*t Indictment ...

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The Reply of Robt. B*l*w*n, Esq., on being asked what could induce him to undertake the defence of the editor of the C*n*d**n F*ee*an, in the recent indictment for libel, commonly called the Bu*kw*e*t Indictment ...
Published
[Ontario] : publisher not identified, [1828?]
Identifier
40807
Subject
Trials (Libel)--Canada Baldwin, Robert, 1894-1858 Collins, Francis, 1801-1834 Procès (Diffamation)--Canada Baldwin, Robert, 1894-1858 Collins, Francis, 1801-1834
Document source
Toronto Public Library.
Collection
Monographs
Language
English
Description
1 sheet (verso blank) ; 33 x 20 cm.
Blank verse, in parody of Norval's speech in Rev. J. Home's tragedy, Douglas, Act 2, Scene I.--Cf. A Bibliography of Canadiana / Toronto Public Library, no. 1511.Francis Collins, editor of the Canadian Freeman, was charged with libel in 1828, and was defended by Robert Baldwin and John Rolph in his second court appearance that same year.--Cf. Dictionary of Canadian Biography.
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http://www.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.40807