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The trial of Captain John Kimber, for the supposed murder of an African girl : at the Admiralty Sessions, before the Hon. Sir James Marriot ... and Sir William Ashurst ... on Thursday, June 7, 1792 : of which he was most honourably acquitted, and the two evidences for the prosecution committed to Newgate to take their trials for wilful and corrupt perjury.

The trial of Captain John Kimber, for the supposed murder of an African girl : at the Admiralty Sessions, before the Hon. Sir James Marriot ... and Sir William Ashurst ... on Thursday, June 7, 1792 : of which he was most honourably acquitted, and the two evidences for the prosecution committed to Newgate to take their trials for wilful and corrupt perjury.

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Hearing in the Central Criminal Court, London, concerning an alleged offense committed on board the ship Recovery.
Signatures: [A]⁴ B-E⁴ F² (A1 blank?; wanting in LC copy).
ESTC T144196
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01/01/1792
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Kimber, John.
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