On 17 Feb, Charles wrote:
I came across Bushel's Case, which established in
1670 that a
judge can't really lock up a jury without food and drink indefinitely
to get the required verdict from them. Quite a lot hangs on that.
What would be nice would be a photo of the plaque in
Bailey, commemorating William Penn and his "partner in crime"
William Mead, who were in the dock in the relevant case.
I asked a friend of mine, a professional event photographer who works
in London, if he could kindly help, and today he took these:
one of which I have added to four relevant articles.