Online Books by
Lloyd Kenyon Kenyon
(Kenyon, Lloyd Kenyon, Baron, 1732-1802)
Books from the extended shelves:
- Kenyon, Lloyd Kenyon, Baron, 1732-1802: Christianity vindicated, in the admirable speech of the Hon. Tho. Erskine, in the trial of J. [i.e., T.] Williams, for publishing Paine's "Age of Reason." : 24th June, 1797. (Philadelphia: : Printed by J. Carey, no. 83, N. Second-Street, for G. Douglas, no. 2, South Third-Street., 1797), also by Thomas Erskine (HTML at Evans TCP)
- Kenyon, Lloyd Kenyon, Baron, 1732-1802: Letters from His late Majesty to the late Lord Kenyon, on the coronation oath, with His Lordship's answers; and the letters of the Rt. Hon. William Pitt to His late Majesty, with His Majesty's answers, previous to the dissolution of the ministry in 1801. (J. Murray, 1827), also by King of Great Britain George III, Henry Phillpotts, and William Pitt (page images at HathiTrust)
- Kenyon, Lloyd Kenyon, Baron, 1732-1802: The speeches (at length) of the Honourable T. Erskine, & S. Kyd, esq. at the Court of King's bench, Westminster, on Saturday, June 24, 1797; on the trial of T. Williams, for publishing Paine's Age of reason; with Lord Kenyon's charge to the jury. (Printed for J. S. Jordan [etc., 1797), also by Thomas Williams, Stewart Kyd, and Thomas Erskine (page images at HathiTrust)
- Kenyon, Lloyd Kenyon, Baron, 1732-1802: The speeches of the Hon. Thomas Erskine, in the Court of King's Bench, June 28, 1797, before the Right Hon. Lloyd Lord Kenyon, and a special jury, on the trial the King versus Thomas Williams, for publishing The age of reason, written by Thomas Paine; : together with Mr. Stewart Kyd's reply, and Lord Kenyon's charge to the jury. (Philadelphia: : Printed for, and sold by William Cobbett, opposite Christ Church., Nov. 1797), also by Thomas Erskine, Stewart Kyd, and Great Britain. Court of King's Bench (HTML at Evans TCP)
- Kenyon, Lloyd Kenyon, Baron, 1732-1802: The whole of the trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham for adultery with Lady Elizabeth Howard, wife of B. E. Howard, Esq., presumptive heir to the Duke of Norfolk, and daughter to the Earl of Fauconberg, before Lord Kenyon and a special jury, Feb. 24, 1794, who found a verdict for the plaintiff, damages one thousand pounds (Printed for J. Aitkin, 1794), also by Bernard Edward Howard Norfolk, Elizabeth Howard, and Richard Bingham Lucan (page images at HathiTrust)
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