First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

chapter |28 pages

4 Wild Beasts & Idle Humours

ByJane Campbell Moriarty

chapter |24 pages

From beasts to Bedlam

Hadfield, the regency crisis, M'Naghten and the “mad” business in Britain, 1788–1843
ByThomas O’Reilly-Fleming

chapter |30 pages

The Queen against Oxford.

Trial of Edward Oxford for High Treason at the Central Criminal Court, before Lord Denman, L.C.J., Alderson, B., and Maule, J., July 9, 10, and 11, 1840. (Reported in 9 C. & P. 525.)
ByJane Campbell Moriarty

chapter |82 pages

The State Trials Report

The Queen Against Daniel M'naughton, 1843
ByJane Campbell Moriarty

chapter |8 pages

The McNaughton Case and its Predecessors 1

ByRoger Ormrod