An interesting address to the independent part of the people of England, on libels, and the unconstitutional mode of prosecution by information ex officio, practised by the attorney general : with a view of the case of John Horne, esq., and a candid refutation of the doctrine of informations, as laid down in Blackstone's Commentaries : dedicated to all the gentlemen of the law, very useful for those worthy Englishmen who glory in trial by jury, ..

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Libel and slander Great Britain History 18th century. , Trials (Libel) Great Britain History 18th century. , Informations. , Tooke, John Horne, 1736-1812. , Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780. Commentaries on the laws of England. , Horne, John, fl. 1777.