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THE PROCEEDINGS OF A GENERAL COURT-MARTIAL
(Sackville).

THE PROCEEDINGS OF A GENERAL COURT-MARTIAL

Held At the Horse-Guards on Friday the 7th; and continued by several Adjournments to Monday the 24th of March 1760; And of A General Court-Martial held at the Horse-Guards on Tuesday the 25th of March, and continued by several Adjurnements to Saturday the 5th of April 1760, Upon the Trial of LORD GEORGE SACKVILLE. ... A. Millar ... 1760.
1st Ed. 224pp. [Lacking pp.215-218]. Signature M3 with sl. loss to head very sl. affecting lettering, browning, contemporary double gilt rule edged calf boards, rebacked with much of original spine laid down, modern gilt lettered title label to spine. ESTC T44505. On April 3rd, 1760, Lord George Sackville, third son of the 1st Duke of Dorset, was found guilty by court-martial of having disobeyed the orders of Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick, and was sentenced as ‘adjudged unfit to serve His Majesty in any military capacity whatsoever’.
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