SPEECH OF JAMES HOBAN, ESQ., ONE OF THE COUNSEL OF JOHN WILLIAMS, OCULIST, BEFORE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA...THE FIFTH DAY OF JANUARY, 1837.

Washington: published at the request of the Bar, 1837. Paper selfwraps. 8vo.; 16pp. Hoban's defense of Dr. Williams, accused of quackery for claiming "to cure all diseases of the eye with one mixture only..." Mr. Williams was tried, on two indictments, for obtaining money by false pretenses. Verdict of the Jury--Not Guilty. Some browning to text & minor staining to outer edges of a few pages. Old ink (catalogue?) number at head of title page, else very good. Item #38501

Price: $125.00

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