London: Reports of State Trials, New Series, HMSO, 1889. 1st Edition. Disbound. Very Good. Item #258134
The court held that Auchmuty, having adhered to the British Government, and not to the United States, did not put off his allegiance at the time of the Treaty of Paris, and afterwards was unable by law to do so; that consequently, notwithstanding his residence in New York, he remained a British subject, and his children came the act 4 geo. 2. c21. 3 pages, printed in double columns. An original article from the Reports of State Trials, New Series, 1889. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Large octavo (15 x 23 cms). Quantity Available: 1. Category: State Trials::New Series; True Crime; Law; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 258134.
Keywords: BZDB395 American Revolutionary War, Independence, State Trials::New Series; True Crime; Law; Antiquarian & Rare. Treaty of Paris 1783 Doe D Auchmuty v Mulcaster Judgment of the Court of Kings Bench on June 14 1826 as to the Effect of the Treaty o