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Crim. con. : a full, faithful, and impartial report of the trial, wherein Sir John M. Doyle, K. C. B. & K. T. S. was plaintiff, and George Peter Brown, Esq. defendant : for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife : the damages were laid at £30,000 : with an appendix containing all the extraordinary letters which passed between the parties, &c., &c. : tried in the Court of Common Pleas, Dublin, before the Rt. Hon. Lord Norbury and a special jury, on Monday and Tuesday, the 23d and 24th of May 1820