Not Listed on COPAC or OCLC [Trial]. Taylor, Edward, Defendant. Taylor, Robert, Defendant. The Defence of Mr. Edward Taylor, Delivered by Him on the Trial of Himself and His Brother, Robert Taylor, On the Sixteenth of January 1816, at the Old Bailey, On an Indictment Charging them with Forging and Uttering a Certain Forged Order with the Indorsement Thereon, For the Delivery of a Quantity of Hides, The Property of Lubbock & Co. from the London Docks. London: Printed by Hay and Turner, 1816. 14 pp. Octavo (8" x 5"). Disbound stab-stitched pamphlet, title page detached, lightly soiled and moderately edgeworn, "7." in early hand to head, moderate toning to text, faint dampstaining to foot of text block. $500. * Only edition. Taylor confesses his guilt, explains his actions and asks the court to be lenient with his brother. He also asks the court to consider the two brothers's responsibility for their widowed elderly mother. No copies listed on COPAC or OCLC.
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