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Song single work   poetry   "Since men can be dragged into our Courts of Law"
Issue Details: First known date: 1835... 1835 Song
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  • At head of poem: Tune - 'The Roast Beef of Old England'
  • 'In praise of trial by jury.'- Webby
  • Concerns a trial being conducted in the Supreme Court (R. v Hay) in which staff members at the Gazette were charged with stealing proof slips from the Sydney Herald.

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