Henry the Eighth and George the Fourth, or, The case fairly stated : in five parts / by Thomas Harral.
2nd ed., with additions.
London : C. & H. Baldwyn, 1820.
iv, 291 pages : portraits ; 18 cm.
Making of Modern Law legal treatises.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Strictures ... on the English law of divorce, with a general view of the modes of prosecution for adultery in the ecclesiastical courts 2. Historical sketch of the trials of Henry the Eighth's queens, Catharine of Arragon, Anne Boleyn, and Catharine Howard 3. Narrative of the proceedings against Her Majesty Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, whilst princess of Wales, and since Her Majesty's return from the continent, with the official documents 4. Parallel between the lives and characters of King Henry the Eighth and His present Majesty, George the Fourth 5. Chronological synopsis of the proceedings in the Bill of pains and penalties against the Queen, with illustrative remarks.
Reproduction of original from Harvard Law School Library.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.