Author:William Sampson

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William Sampson
Irish lawyer


  • Beasts at Law, co-authored with Samuel Woodworth under the pseudonym "Sampfilius Philoerin" (1811)
  • A faithful report of the trial of Hurdy-Gurdy, tried and convicted of a seditious libel in the court of King's Bench, on the testimony of French Horn
  • Trial of Capt. Henry Whitby, for the murder of John Pierce, with his dying declaration: Also, the trial of Capt. George Crimp, for piracy and manstealing
  • The case of George W. Niven, Esq., attorney and counsellor at law, charged with mal-practices and suspended by order of the court of common pleas
  • Mr. Sampson's reply, on the trial of James Cheetham for a libel on Mrs. Margaret Brazier Bonneville

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