taken from Woodfall's Junius, American edition, Philadelphia, 1836, note to page 168, 1st volume.
(The letter to the King was published 19th December, 1769.)
"Yesterday morning, (June 13th, 1770,) about nine o'clock, came on, before Lord Mansfield, in the Court of King's Bench, at Gundhall, the trial of Mr. Woodfall, the original printer of Junius' letter in the Public Advertiser of December 19. Only seven of the special jury attended, viz: William Bond, foreman; Peter Cazalet, Alexander Peter Allen, Frederick Commerell, Herman Meyer, John Thomas and Barrington Buggin.
Upon which the following five were taken out of the Dox, viz: William Hannard, Paul Verges, William Sibley, William Willett, and William Davis.
The trial was opened by Mr. Wallis.
Nathaniel Crowder swore he bought the paper of Mr. Woodfall's publishing servant, whom he named.
Mr. Harris proved that the duty for the advertisements and stamps was paid by Mr. Woodfall, and a clerk of Sir John Fielding pr