Executed for High Treason in Printing a Jacobite Pamphlet
A Dissenting Preacher, Fined and Imprisoned for Preaching Seditious Sermons
Convicted and pilloried for Blaspheming, in Michaelmas Term, 1762
JOHN WILKES, ESQ., M.P.
Whose arrest and conviction for writing seditious and blasphemous pamphlets led to riots in London in 1768.
JOHN AND LEIGH HUNT
Imprisoned for a Libel on His Royal Highness the Prince Regent
SIR FRANCIS BURDETT
Fined Two Thousand Pounds at the Leicester Assizes, 23rd of March, 1820, and sent to Prison for Three Months for a Seditious Libel
A Speaker at the Peterloo Massacre,
THE REV. J. E. STEVENS.
Convicted of Sedition.
FEARGUS O'CONNOR, ESQ.
Convicted of the Publication of a Seditious Libel.
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