The genuine lives of Capt. Cranstoun, and Miss Mary Blandy [electronic resource] : Containing, A true narrative of Captain Cranstoun's juvenile flights. His own account of his intrigue with Miss Blandy, and the measures they concerted to destroy her father. His scheme to annual his Scots marriage, and his letter to his wife on that occasion. His voluntary exile, travels in France and miserable end. An account of the education, character and amours of Miss Blandy, before her acquaintance with Mr. Cranstoun. Her blind submission to his will. Several instances of the violence of her passion for him. The scheme to poison her father, traced to its original. The Hon. Mr. Bathurst's Speech, upon opening the indictment. The evidence at large of Dr. Addington. Mr. Baron Legge's speech on summing up the evidence. Her dying behaviour, and declaration. By a gentleman, who was a spectator at her trial, and death, and afterwards accompanied the captain in his travels through France. With a curious print of Mr. Cranstoun and Miss Blandy.

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Main Author: Gentleman, Who Was a Spectator at Her Trial, and Death, and Afterwards Accompanied the Captain in his Travels Through France
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Published: London : Printed for M. Cooper, Pater-noster-row, W. Reeve, Fleet-street; and C. Sympson, at the Bible-warehouse, Chancery-lane, MDCCLIII. [1753]


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