ID 1179
Last Name Rudd
First Name Margaret Caroline
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1745
Date of Death 1798
Place of Birth Lurgan
Place of Death
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/11411323
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Caroline_Rudd
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2d/Villette,_The_annals_of_Newgate_1776_Wellcome_L0030495.jpg
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Author Facts: or, A plain and explicit narrative of the case of Mrs. Rudd. Published from her own manuscript, and by her authority. In which, the particular transactions of Messrs. Perreaus; the public and private conversations and consultations of Mr. H- D-: the impartial view of the character of Colonel -. The answer to Mr. Daniel Perreau's defence; and the circumstantial account of the proceedings from the time of commitment till this present hour will be faithfully related; and the invidious and sillogistical arguments of a hireling resulted. 1775
Author The case of Margaret Caroline Rudd, from her first commitment to Newgate, on Thursday the 1st of June last, to her final acquittal at the Old Bailey, Friday, December 8, 1775. By a barrister at law. 1775
Author Authentic anecdotes of the life and transactions of Mrs. Margaret Rudd: Consisting of a Variety of Facts hitherto unknown to the Public. Addressed in a series of letters to the now (by a late act of Parliament) Miss Mary Lovell. In two volumes. 1776
Author Authentic anecdotes, of the life and transactions of Mrs. Margaret Rudd: Consisting of a Variety of Facts hitherto unknown to the Public. Addressed in a series of letters to the now (by a late act of Parliament) Miss Mary Lovell. 1776
Author Mrs. M. C. Rudd's genuine letter to Lord Weymouth; with several authentic anecdotes of the late Messrs. Perreaus: together with an explanation of the conduct of a certain great city patriot. 1776
Author Mrs. M. C. Rudd's genuine letter to Lord Weymouth; with several authentic anecdotes of the late Messrs. Perreaus: together with an explanation of the conduct of a certain great city patriot. The second edition, with considerable additions. 1776
Author The trial of Margaret Caroline Rudd, for forging a bond for 3500l. in the name of William Adair, Esq; at the Session-House, in the Old Bailey; containing the evidence verbatim, and the arguments of the court and of the council. Taken in short hand by Joseph Gurney, and revised by John Glynn, serjeant at Law, and recorder of London. 1776
Author Mrs. Stewart's case, written by herself, and respectfully submitted to the enlightened part of the publick: including her letter to Lord Rawdon. 1788
Author Mrs. Stewart's case, written by herself, and respectfully submitted to the enlightened part of the publick: including her letter to Lord Rawdon. 1788
Author Mrs. Stewart's case, written by herself, and respectfully submitted to the enlightened part of the publick: including her letter to Lord Rawdon. The second edition: with a postscript. 1789
Author The belle widows: with characteristic sketches of real personages and living characters. A novel, inscribed the beau-monde. With a preface by the editor of the Letters of Charlotte ... 1789

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"Rudd, Margaret Caroline" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 1179, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/1179. Accessed 2024-02-22.

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