CASHIERING WITHOUT TRIAL
A short address to the public on the practice of cashiering military officers without a trial; and a vindication of the conduct and political opinions of the author. To which is prefixed, his correspondence with the secretary at war.
London. Printed for J. Johnson, 1793. First edition.
8vo. 47pp. Uncut, stitched, as issued. Spotting to title, else clean and crisp.
The sole edition of British Army officer Hugh Sempill, Baron Sempill's (1758-1830) account of his attempts to secure a trial having been stripped of his commission in 1792 for contact with French Jacobins.
ESTC T48113.£ 125.00 Antiquates Ref: 18985