might be fometimes fatisfied with the commi(fion, yet at other times he might exceed it, and grievoo(ly opprefs the public, and that in this cafe ; a in the one cafe, there would be a door opened for fraud ; in the other there would be none. a Heanbsp;...
|Title||:||A statement of the trial of mr. Samuel Ashworth|
|Author||:||Samuel Ashworth (coal merchant.)|