The Resource The trial of the Honble. Admiral Byng : at a court-martial held on board His Majesty's ship the St. George, in Portsmouth harbour, Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1756, for an enquiry into his conduct, while he commanded in the Mediterranean : together with his defence : likewise an appendix, containing all the papers read in court, and several others : being much fuller, and more circumstantial, than the Judge-Advocate's minutes : because containing all the occasional speeches and reflections made by the members of the court, or the prisoners, on what was said, or passed : and each member's name prefixed to the questions he proposed : part 1[-2]

The trial of the Honble. Admiral Byng : at a court-martial held on board His Majesty's ship the St. George, in Portsmouth harbour, Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1756, for an enquiry into his conduct, while he commanded in the Mediterranean : together with his defence : likewise an appendix, containing all the papers read in court, and several others : being much fuller, and more circumstantial, than the Judge-Advocate's minutes : because containing all the occasional speeches and reflections made by the members of the court, or the prisoners, on what was said, or passed : and each member's name prefixed to the questions he proposed : part 1[-2]

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The trial of the Honble. Admiral Byng : at a court-martial held on board His Majesty's ship the St. George, in Portsmouth harbour, Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1756, for an enquiry into his conduct, while he commanded in the Mediterranean : together with his defence : likewise an appendix, containing all the papers read in court, and several others : being much fuller, and more circumstantial, than the Judge-Advocate's minutes : because containing all the occasional speeches and reflections made by the members of the court, or the prisoners, on what was said, or passed : and each member's name prefixed to the questions he proposed : part 1[-2]
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The trial of the Honble. Admiral Byng
Title remainder
at a court-martial held on board His Majesty's ship the St. George, in Portsmouth harbour, Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1756, for an enquiry into his conduct, while he commanded in the Mediterranean : together with his defence : likewise an appendix, containing all the papers read in court, and several others : being much fuller, and more circumstantial, than the Judge-Advocate's minutes : because containing all the occasional speeches and reflections made by the members of the court, or the prisoners, on what was said, or passed : and each member's name prefixed to the questions he proposed : part 1[-2]
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Trial of the Honourable Admiral Byng
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1704-1757
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Byng, John
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KD6323.B96
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B96 1757a
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non fiction
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  • Cook, Thomas
  • Great Britain
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HeinOnline world trials
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  • Byng, John
  • Trials (Naval offenses)
  • Courts-martial and courts of inquiry
  • Anglo-French War, 1755-1763
  • Mahón (Spain)
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The trial of the Honble. Admiral Byng : at a court-martial held on board His Majesty's ship the St. George, in Portsmouth harbour, Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1756, for an enquiry into his conduct, while he commanded in the Mediterranean : together with his defence : likewise an appendix, containing all the papers read in court, and several others : being much fuller, and more circumstantial, than the Judge-Advocate's minutes : because containing all the occasional speeches and reflections made by the members of the court, or the prisoners, on what was said, or passed : and each member's name prefixed to the questions he proposed : part 1[-2]
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  • Taken in shorthand by Thomas Cook
  • (c)2009 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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The trial of the Honble. Admiral Byng : at a court-martial held on board His Majesty's ship the St. George, in Portsmouth harbour, Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1756, for an enquiry into his conduct, while he commanded in the Mediterranean : together with his defence : likewise an appendix, containing all the papers read in court, and several others : being much fuller, and more circumstantial, than the Judge-Advocate's minutes : because containing all the occasional speeches and reflections made by the members of the court, or the prisoners, on what was said, or passed : and each member's name prefixed to the questions he proposed : part 1[-2]
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  • Taken in shorthand by Thomas Cook
  • (c)2009 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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black and white
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text
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rdacontent
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unknown
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1 online resource (vi, [1], 479, 45, 71 pages)
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one file format
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online
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
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