An Address to the British Public: On the Case of Brigadier-General Picton, Late Governor and Captain-General of the Island of Trinidad; With Observati (Paperback)
In this controversial pamphlet, Edward Alured Draper provides his opinions on the trial of Brigadier-General Picton, who faced charges of cruelty and torture during his time as governor of Trinidad. Draper criticizes the conduct of William Fullarton and John Sullivan in the trial, and argues for the exoneration of Picton.
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