London: No publisher, 1773. First edition. 40,64,48,48pp. Engraved title page with a small vignette. Cont. calf, hinges & head of spine expertly repaired, red morocco spine label. Front cover slightly warped. Andrew Stuart (d. 1801) was an eloquent lawyer who represented the Duke of Hamilton in the famous lawsuit disputing the legitimacy and succession of Archibald James Douglas, first baron Douglas. Douglas prevailed, and in these letters Stuart assails Lord Mansfield, the judge in the case, for his "want of impartiality.". (Inventory #: 2446)
Early Printing, Travel, History of Printing, Science & Technology, Incunabula, Religion and Philosophy
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