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Rudd, Margaret Caroline. 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.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 2314, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/2314. Accessed 2024-03-01.

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  author={Rudd,Margaret Caroline},
  year={1776},
  title={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.},
  publisher={s.n. [sine nomine]},
  address={London},    }

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