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Marshalsea
			Prison
Marshalsea description
From: Cruchley's Picture of London, or visitor's assistant
Author: George Frederick Cruchley, 1831
Original from: Oxford University, Digitised 19 Mar 2007
 

appointment
			of deputy marshalls
The London Gazette, Issue No 15325, 3rd January 1801
 
 

Red Book
			extract
Parliamentary Papers, Volume 11, published by HM Stationery Office.
Original from Harvard University, Digitised 30 Nov 2007
 

correspondence
			from Cruchley George Frederick Cruchley Correspondence about naval prisoners                                          George Frederick Cruchley

The speeches of John Ingram Lockhart and Charles Adams Esqrs., Sir Charles Burrell, Bart. and W.H. Hume, Esq. in the House of Commons on the 30th of June 1812, on the motion of Mr. Lockhart for a committee to inquire into the conduct of Burton Morice, Esq., steward and one of the judges of the Marshalsea and Palace courts : together with the judgment given in the said courts on the 17th February 1812 by Sir James Bland Burges, Bart., Knight Marshal of His Majesty's household and one of the judges thereof, in the case of William Cruchley, Esq., the deputy prothonotary.

The trial of William Cruchley : of John-Street, Bedford-Row, Attorney-at-Law, for having maliciously preferred seven indictments for felony, against his late clerk, who on such trail, obtained 2000 pounds damages : also the proceedings on those indictments at the Old Bailey by William Cruchley.


 

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