The Trials of Oscar Wilde
Harford Montgomery Hyde
Notable Trials Library, 1989 - 384 pages
The trials of Oscar Wilde and Alfred Taylor, held in Central Criminal Court; and the trial in a libel action brought against Lord Queensberry in the Marlborough Street Police Court, London.
FOREWORD by the Right Hon Sir Travers Humphreys P C
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