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The three trials of William Hone, for publishing three parodies

viz. The late John Wilkes"s Catechism, The political litany, and The sinecurist"s creed : on three ex-officio informations, at Guildhall, London, during three successive days, December 18, 19, 20, 1817 : before three special juries, and Mr. Justice Abbott, on the first day, and Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough, onthe last two days.

by Judith Martin

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Published by Printed by & for William Hone, and sold by all booksellers in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wilkes, John, 1717-1797.,
  • Carlile, Richard, 1790-1843.,
  • Hone, William, 1780-1842.,
  • Trials (Libel) -- Great Britain.,
  • Freedom of the press -- Great Britain.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination48, 45, 44 p. ;
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23413310M

    While Hone's History of Parody was advertised , it never appeared. Hone's working title was "A History of Parody & a Collection of Parodies from the Invention of Printing & of the Ex Officio Prosecutions & Three State Trials of William Hone for Publishing P.[Political] Parodies on the Catechism, the Litany & the A.[Athanasian] Creed.". 8 Published first in , The Late John Wilkes Catechism was printed by Hone in The Three Trials of William Hone, for Publishing Three Parodies (London, ), p. 8. 9 All references to political caricatures are by number as they appear in Mary Dorothy George, Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires Preserved in the.

    The three trials of William Hone: for publishing three parodies; viz. The 1 copy The queen's matrimonial ladder a national toy, with fourteen step scenes; 1 copy. THE THREE TRIALS OF WILLIAM HONE Price: $2, Buy Now. For Publishing Three Parodies: Viz., The Late John Wilkes's Catechism, The Political Litany, and The Sinecurists' Creed, At Guidhall, London, Before Three Special Juries, and Mr. Justice Abbott on the First Day, December 18th, , and Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough on the Two Last Days.

    The Australian Sir Brian Hone is a descendant of William's via his son Alfred Hone (a sculptor). The Hone's youngest daughter Alice was married to the French furniture designer Henri Auguste Fourdinois. In popular culture. The play Trial by Laughter by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman covers the three trials of Hone in [4] Notes. The Three Trials of William Hone, for Publishing Three Parodies Viz. The Late John Wilkes's Catechism, the Political Litany, and the Sinecurist's Creed; On Three Ex-Officio Informations, at Guildhall, London, During Three Successive Days, Decem 19, ; Before Three Special Juries by Great Britain Court of King's Bench.


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From 1 February to 25 OctoberHone published the Reformists' Register, using it to criticise state abuses, which he later attacked in the famous political squibs and parodies, illustrated by George the time of publishing the Register, Hone mentions his office as Num Old Bailey, three doors from Ludgate April three ex-officio informations were.

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Three separate trials took place in the Guildhall before special juries on the 18th, 19th and 20th of December The three trials of William Hone, for publishing three parodies: viz., The late John Wilke's catechism, The political litany, and The sinecurist's creed, at Guildhall, London, before three special juries, and Mr.

Justice Abbott on the first day, December/5. Hone, William, The three trials of William Hone: for publishing three parodies, viz. The late John Wilkes's catechism, The political litany, and The sinecurist's creed: on three ex-officio informations, at Guildhall, London, during three successive days, Decem 19, & 20, before three special juries, and Mr.

Justice. The trials themselves constituted a strangely comical episode in English law. The Attorney General had singled out three of the offending parodies for separate trials, and these occurred on successive days, 18, 19, and 20 December.

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The Three Trials of William Hone: For Publishing Three Parodies, Viz. the Late John Wilkes'S Catechism, the Political Litany, and the Sinecurist'S During Three Successive Days, December ISBN (). William Hone was such a man. A printer by trade, he had started more than one journal, the last of which, the Reformist's Register, failed in On Februhe published the chief of the three parodies which are the subject of these trials.

Buy online, view images and see past prices for Hone (William) - The Three Trials of William Hone. Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles. for publishing three parodies, occasional slight spotting, original boards, somewhat soiled and marked, rebacked, uncut, § Ancient Mysteries Described, 4 Brand: Dreweatts.

13 William Hone, The Three Trials of William Hone, for Publishing Three Parodies (London, ), Hereafter cited as Hone, Three Trials. 14 I cite the ‘Chaldee’ from its most accessible recent publication, in Thomas C.

Richardson's edition of James Hogg's Contributions to ‘Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine’, – (Edinburgh Author: John Strachan.William Hone. The Every-Day Book. Birthplace: Bath, Somerset, England Location of death: London, England Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, Abney Park Ceme.

English writer and bookseller, born at Bath on the 3rd of June His father brought up his children with the sectarian narrowness that so frequently produces reaction Born: Hone's working title was "A History of Parody & a Collection of Parodies from the Invention of Printing & of the Ex Officio Prosecutions & Three State Trials of William Hone for Publishing P.[Political] Parodies on the Catechism, the Litany & the A.[Athanasian] Creed.".