I have a copy of "The London Chronicle or, Universal Evening Post" Vol. XVII, No. 1279 dated from Thursday, February 28, to Saturday, March 2, 1765. It lists the following item:"The trial of Lord Byron is fixed for the 18th of April -- It is remarkable that Lord Ferrers was arraigned the 16th, found guilty the 17th, and received judgement the 18th of April 1760.We are confidently assured that his Lordship will be tried in the House of Peers, and not in Westminster-Hall, as the scaffolding, if held in the latter, will amount to upwards of ten thousand pounds.The late Mr. Chaworth, who was killed by Lord Byron in a duel, made a will before he died, in which he left Miss R----h, who lived with him, ten thousand pounds; and as she is pregnant by him, has bequeathed also to the child, if a boy, twenty-five thousand pounds; and if a girl, only three thousand."Hope this helps someone.