For this they were silenced, and John Chambers was appointed by the court counsel for Zenger.
Andrew Hamilton of Philadelphia defended Mr. Zenger with law, wit, learning, and eloquence.
Zenger, in his Weekly Journal, vigorously criticized this and other despotic actions of the governor.
Pamphletts describing the Zenger trial and acquittal were published and republished in London and the colonies.
Attempts were made to have Zenger indicted, but the grand jury refused to bring in a bill.
The trial of Zenger occasioned great excitement on both sides of the East River.
Prof. Zenger's differential photometer that we shall finally cite is an improvement upon Bunsen's.
Zenger's lawyer argued that the jury must decide on whether or not the publication was libellous.
Freedom of the press, in America, was established by the trial of the printer Zenger.
The verdict for Zenger, when it finally came, was the signal for an outburst of popular rejoicing.