2 edition of second letter from Mr. Serjeant Spankie to his constituents of ... Finsbury. found in the catalog.
second letter from Mr. Serjeant Spankie to his constituents of ... Finsbury.
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A second letter from Mr. Serjeant Spankie to his constituents of the Metropolitan Borough of Finsbury. SPANKIE, [Robert] Published by London: Roake and Varty (). John Bull "For God, the King, and the People!" Date of Article price 8s., " ASECOND LETTER from Mr.
SERJEANT SPANK IE to his CONSTITUENTS of the Metropolitan BOROUGH of F1NSBURY. Sold by Roake and Varty, 31, Strand. Of whom, also, may be had, price 8s. perMr. SERJEANT SPANKIE'S FIRST LETTER. To- morrow will be published, TORIES, WHIGS.
The Serjeant was writing when his clients entered; he bowed abstractedly when Mr. Pickwick was introduced by his solicitor; and then, motioning them to a seat, put his pen carefully in the inkstand, nursed his left leg, and waited to be spoken to. "Mr. Pickwick is the defendant in Bardell and Pickwick, Serjeant Snubbin," said Perker.
In December the East India Company was accused of seeking to influence the outcome of the general election in Finsbury. A letter from ‘A.Z.’ appeared in The Times on 10 December: ‘I know the fact that the East India Company are requiring the people employed in their warehouses to vote for Serjeant Spankie and Mr.
Grant for the borough of Finsbury; I ascertain it from several voters. Serjeant AT THE BAR: Publish and be damned recently held in a defamation action brought by a Mr Bogoshi against the editor of City Press that the guarantees of freedom of speech and freedom of.
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