Genuine memoirs of Messieurs Perreaus [electronic resource] : (now under confinement) with many curious anecdotes relative to Mrs. Rudd, that have never before transpired / by a Gentleman very intimate with the unfortunate families
- Gentleman very intimate with the unfortunate families
- London : Printed for G. Allen, [1775?]
- Physical Description:
- [v]-vii, 63, 48 pages : illustrations
- Related Titles:
- Forgery unmasked, or, Genuine memoirs of the two unfortunate brothers Rob. and Daniel Perreau, and Mrs. Rudd
- Reproduction of the original from Harvard Law School Library. and AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
- With: Forgery unmasked, or, Genuine memoirs of the two unfortunate brothers Rob. and Daniel Perreau, and Mrs. Rudd : containing a number of curious and interesting particulars and many anecdotes relative to the forgeries of Messrs. Perreaus, with suitable remarks &c. &c. together with a full and circumstantial account of their examinations before Sir John Fielding, and the other magistrates the declarations made by Mrs. Rudd and her case as communicated by herself : never before published illustrated with a new and beautiful engraving of Mr. Dan. Perreau, in the act of threatening to murder Mrs. Rudd, unless she would sign the fatal bond. London : Printed for A. Grant, [1775?]
- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Gale, a part of Cengage Learning, 2007. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
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