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Instead of speaking immediately after Mr. Dunkin, to reserve his Speech, untill after the Evidence for both the Prisoners had been closed, and then to observe on the Evidence on both sides immediately before the Speech of Mr. Davies. This Mr. Davies said had been done by Mr. Ereskine, on the Trial of Lord George Gordon for Treason on February 5th 1781 in the Court of King’s Bench. Mr. Davies, Said he opposed this only for the sake of Regularity, and he
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