Mémoires de monsieur le b[ar]on Pergami

Mémoires de monsieur le b[ar]on Pergami . Title page

  • Author: Bergami, Bartolomeo Bergami, Baron.
  • Title: Mémoires de monsieur le b[ar]on Pergami : chambellan, chevalier de Malte, chevalier du Saint-Sépulcre, etc. / traduits d’après le manuscrit italien par M. ***.
  • Publication: Paris : Brissot-Thivars, rue Neuve-des-Petits-Champs, No. 22 ; Ponthieu, Libraire, Palais-Royal, galerie de bois, No. 201 ; Leroy, au Cabinet littéraire, passage Beaujolais, rue Richelieu, No. 52, 1820.

Catalog record 

53 B445 820

Acquired July 2018

 

A faithful representation of the trial ….

“A realistic view of the House receding in perspective to the Throne, above which is inset an oval bust portrait of Bartolomo Bergami, wearing a cluster of five decorations, see British Museum Satires no. 13810. Some figures and objects have numbers referring to notes in the lower margin. Counsel are in a line across the foreground on each side of the centre figures, who are Gurney the short-hand writer and Majocchi facing the interpreter. The Queen is inconspicuously seated behind Brougham, next a smaller lady who must be the tall Lady Anne Hamilton. Eldon is at the Table in front of the Woolsack. On the Table is 13 Green Bag [see British Museum Satires no. 13735].”–British Museum online catalogue.

  • TitleA faithful representation of the trial of Her Most Gracious Majesty Caroline Queen of England, in the House of Lords, 1820 [graphic].
  • Publication[London] : [publisher not identified], [ca. November 1820]

Catalog Record

Drawer 820.11.00.01

Acquired April 2017

The trial between William Fawkener … plaintiff, and the Honourable John Townshend

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  • AuthorTownshend, John, Hon.
  • TitleThe trial between William Fawkener … plaintiff, and the Honourable John Townshend … defendant; for criminal conversation with the plaintiff’s wife … Before the Honourable Francis Buller, Esq.; one of the judges of His Majesty’s Court of king’s bench, in Westminster-hall, on Wednesday the 12th of July, 1786. With some interesting particulars relative to the duel between the plaintiff and the defendant.
  • PublishedLondon, M. Smith, 1786.

Catalog Record

523 F27 786

Acquired September 2016

The trial of Andrew Robinson Bowes, Esq.

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  • Author: Bowes, Andrew Robinson Stoney, 1747-1810.
  • Title: The trial of Andrew Robinson Bowes, Esq. for adultery and cruelty :  first heard in the Arches Court of Doctors Commons, and, in consequence of an appeal, determined in a Court of Delegates on the 2d of this instant, when the Right Honourable the Countess of Strathmore obtained a divorce.
  • Published: London : Printed for R. Randall …, 1789.

Catalog record

523 B67 789

Acquired November 2012