The tryal of Mary Blandy, spinster for the murder of her father Francis Blandy, gent., at the Assizes held at Oxford for the county of Oxford, on Saturday the 29th of February, 1752 [electronic resource] : before the Honourable Heneage Legge, Esq., and Sir Sydney Stafford Smythe, knt., two of the barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer.

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Main Author: Blandy, Mary, 1720-1752
Corporate Authors: Great Britain. Assizes (Oxford), Great Britain. Court of Exchequer
Other Authors: Wise, Edward, -1787
Other title:Trial of Mary Blandy, spinster for the murder of her father Francis Blandy, gent., at the Assizes held at Oxford for the county of Oxford, on Saturday the 29th of February, 1752.
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