The Trials of George Robert Fitzgerald, Esq., Timothy Brecknock, James Fulton, and Others, for the Murder of Patrick Randal Macdonnell, and Charles Hipson, Esquires: Also, the Trial of John Gallagher and Others, for an Assault on George Robert Fitzgerald, in the Goal [sic] of Castlebar : the Arguments of Council, the Lord Chief Baron Yelverton's Speech, the Attorney-General's Opening, the Address of Mr. Fitzgerald Previous to His Receiving Sentence, and the Whole Proceedings of the Court, Together with a Description of Their Conduct at the Place of Execution

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