England's black tribunal : set forth in the tryal of King Charles I by the pretended High Court of Justice in Westminster-Hall, Jan. 20, 1648 : together with His Majesties speech on the scaffold erected at White-Hall gate, Tuesday Jan. 30, 1648 : also a perfect relation of the sufferings and death of divers of the nobility and gentry who were inhumanly murthered for their constant loyalty to their Soveraign Lord the King : together with their several dying speeches from the year 1642 to 1658 viz. Earl of Strafford, Arch-bishop of Canterbury, Duke Hamilton, Earl of Holland, Arthur Lord Capel, James Earl of Derby, Marquess of Montross, Col. William Sybbald, Col. Eusebius Andrews, Col. John Pannruddock, Col. Gerrard, Sir Henry Hyde, Sir Henry Slingsby, Col. John Morris, Cor. Blackburne, Cor. Hugh Grove, Dr. John Hewyt.

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Corporate Author: England and Wales. High Court of Justice for the Trying and Judging of Charles Stuart, King of England
Other Authors: Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649 (Defendant)
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: London : Printed for H. Playford in the Temple-Change, and G. Sawbridge in Little Britain, 1703.
Edition:The fourth edition.
Series:World trials library.
Legal classics library.
Online Access:HeinOnline Legal Classics Library
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