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The trial of Maurice Margarot, delegate from London, to the British Convention

Maurice Margarot

The trial of Maurice Margarot, delegate from London, to the British Convention

before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 13th and 14th of January, 1794. For sedition.

by Maurice Margarot

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Published by Printed by Wrigley and Berriman; for Alexander M"Kenzie & Co. no. 126, South Front-Street. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Margarot, Maurice, -- d. 1816 -- Portraits.,
  • London Corresponding Society.,
  • British Convention,
  • Sedition -- Great Britain.,
  • Trials (Sedition) -- Scotland -- Edinburgh.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTaken in short-hand by Mr. Ramsey. ; Carefully corrected, and many sentences added, which, owing to the low tone of voice used by some of the witnesses, are omitted in the London copy. The public may therefore be assured that this is the genuine edition.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 27596.
    ContributionsRamsey, William, fl. 1793., Scotland. High Court of Justiciary.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination163, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates
    Number of Pages163
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14621178M

      In addition to human remains, a number of displaced headstones were recovered, among them one commemorating Maurice and Elizabeth Margarot. 2 As the first president of the London Corresponding Society (L.C.S.), Maurice Margarot (–) had been a leading figure in British radical circles during the seventeen-nineties, and was one of five Cited by: 1. The Trial of Maurice Margarot, Delegate from London, to the British Convention: Before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 13th and 14th of January, , for Sedition; taken in shorthand by Mr. Ramsey by Ramsey, William. Edinburgh: James Robertson, Good.

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    British Convention ( Edinburgh). The trial of Maurice Margarot, delegate from London, to the British Convention. Before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 13th and 14th of January, , for sedition. Taken in shorthand by Mr. Ramsey.   In he was sent along with Maurice Margarot as a delegate from the London Corresponding Society to the ‘British Convention of the Delegates of the People’ assembled at Edinburgh. The avowed object of the convention was .


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