Treasury Solicitor: Transcripts of Proceedings
Bound volumes of court proceedings and transcripts with later papers unbound from a number of cases dealt with by the Treasury Solicitor on behalf of the Crown. The papers cover mainly serious criminal cases such as murder and robbery, and offences relating to the publication of seditious writings, which attracted general public interest at the time. Also included are transcripts of certain criminal prosecutions in 1842 against leaders of the Chartist movement, for treason and public order offences.
Treasury Solicitor, 1655-1876
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