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The genuine speech of the Hon. Mr. ------ at the late trial of Miss Blandy
Bathurst, Henry Bathurst Earl
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The genuine speech of the Hon. at the late trial of Miss Blandy: which contains a summary of all the proofs against her ; with notes on it's faults, and beauties ; and observations on the effects it had on the aduience: [sic]. The genuine speech of the Hon. at the late trial of Miss Blandy: Which contains a summary of all the proofs against her ; with notes on it's faults, and beauties ; and observations on the effects it had on the audience: particularly, the behaviour of Miss Blandy, during the tryal: and some farther discoveries that have been made since, and not printed in any other account.
the late Mr. Francis Blandy_, a counterblast to Mary's masterpiece. This tract includes the text of three letters, alleged to have been written by her to her lover, and dated respectively 30th June, 16th July, and 1st August, ; but as, after his death, all his papers were, by order of Lord Cranstoun, sealed up and sent to his lordship.
The last literary effort of Mary Blandy was an expansion of her Narrative, re-written in more detail and at much greater length, the revised version appearing on 18th April under the title of Miss Mary Blandy's Own Account of the Affair between her and Mr.
Cranstoun, "from the commencement of their Acquaintance in the year to the Death of. Miss Mary Blandy's own account of the affair between her and Mr.
Cranstoun. From the commencement of their acquaintance, in the yearto the death of her father in August by Blandy, Mary, Hon. Bathurst's Closing Speech for the Prosecution. Statement by the Prisoner. Captain Cranstoun's account of the Poisoning of the late Mr.
Francis Blandy. in order to prevent the Publick from being any longer imposed on with fictitious Stories," but both Miss Blandy and Mr.
Ford, her counsel, took great exception to this at the trial. Portrait of Miss Mary Blandy engraved for New Universal Magazine from the original painting executed at Oxford on April 6,for poisoning her father. Source. #Look and Learn/Peter Jackson. The trial of Mr. and Mrs.
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No suspicion was aroused until relatives enquired about her property and the money she was known to have had in her possession. He needed to tell her how the trial went and that her family would be safe from the death penalty.
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