Trials Treason Bahamas : An appeal unto Caesar : wherein is briefly declared the loyal and zealous activity of Thomas Bulkley, (late of New Providence, merchant) in the service of His most excellent Majesty, William III, by the grace of God, King of England, &c. as evidence against, and prosecutor of Cadwallader Jones, of the Province of the Bahama Islands, late governour.; Bulkley, Thomas.
Trials Treason Engalnd Early Works To 1800 : Sir Arthvr Haslerigg his speech in Parliament : whereby hee cleareth himselfe of the articles of high treason exhibited against himselfe, the Lord Kimbolton, Mr. Iohn Pymm, Mr. Hampden, Mr. Strovd and Mr. Hollis by His Majestie on Tuesday the 4th of January 1642.; Hesilrige, Arthur,
Trials Treason England Chester Early Works To 1800 : The charge and articles of high-treason exhibited against the Earl of Derby, : at a councel of war in the city of Chester, with his tryal & examination; his speech at the councel table, and his declaration and propositions touching the surrender of the Isle of Man. Also, the Parliaments resolution concerning Major Gen. Massey: and the examination and confession of Mr. Sandwitch, the King of Scots trumpeter, who was taken at Hallifax in York-shire, on Wednesday last. With his narrative and declaration touching his master. Shewing the manner how he escaped from Hallifax disguised.
Trials Treason England Sources : Articles of impeachment of high treason and other high crimes, misdemeanours and offences, against Thomas Earl of Danby Lord High Treasurer of England. : As they were delivered into the House of Lords in the name of the Commons of England, by Sir Henry Capel, December 23, 1678. Together vvith a letter of the Lord Treasurers to Mr. Montague, late embassador in France.; Leeds, Thomas Osborne,
Trials Treason France Paris Early Works To 1800 : Procedure faicte contre Jean Chastel, escholier estudiant au college des Jesuites pour le parricide par luy attenté sur la personne du roy tres-chrestien Henri IIII, roy de France & de Navarre. English. 1595.
Trials Treason Great Britain 17th Century Poetry : The high court of justice at Westminster, arraigned at the Bar in the Old Bayley at the Sessions-House; : where, those that adjudged and murthered the royal person, and sacred majesty of King Charls the First, are for that horrid fact brought to their legal tryal, according to the known laws of the land. To the tune of, Packingtons pound.
Trials Treason London England Early Works To 1800 : The free and voluntary confession and narrative of James Holloway (addressed to His Majesty) / vvritten with his own hand, and delivered by himself to Mr. Secretary Jenkins , as also, the proceedings against the said James Holloway in His Majesties Kings-bench court, Westminster; and his petition to His Majestie. Together with a particular account of the discourse as passed between the sheriffs of London and the said James Holloway at the time of his execution for high-treason at Tyburn, April 30. 1684 ...; Holloway, James,
Trials Witchcraft Early Works To 1800 : [A brief treatise containing the most strange and horrible cruelty of Elizabeth Stile alias Rockingham and her confederates, executed at Abingdon, upon R. Galis]; Galis, Richard.
Trials Witchcraft England Alnwick Early Works To 1800 : Wonderfull newes from the north. Or, A true relation of the sad and grievous torments, inflicted upon the bodies of three children : of Mr. George Muschamp, late of the county of Northumberland, by witch-craft: and how miraculously it pleased God to strengthen them, and to deliver them: as also the prosecution of the sayd witches, as by oaths, and their own confessions will appear, and by the indictment found by the jury against one of them, at the sessions of the peace held at Alnwick, the 24. day of April, 1650. Novemb. 25. 1650. Imprimatur, John Dovvname.; Moore, Mary,
Trials Witchcraft England Bury St Edmunds Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the araignment of eighteene vvitches. : that were tried, convicted, and condemned, at a sessions holden at St. Edmunds-bury in Suffolke, and there by the iudge and iustices of the said sessions condemned to die, and so were executed the 27. day of August 1645. As also a list of the names of those that were executed, and their severall confessions before their executions. VVith a true relation of the manner how they find them out. The names of those that were executed. Mr. Lowes parson of Branson. Thomas Evered a cooper with Mary his wife. Mary Bacon. Anne Alderman. Rebecca Morris. Mary Fuller. Mary Clowes. Margery Sparham Katherine Tooley. Sarah Spinlow. Iane Limstead. Anne Wright. Mary Smith. Iane Rivert. Susan Manners. Mary Skipper. Anne Leech.
Trials Witchcraft England Chelmsford Early Works To 1800 : A true and exact relation of the severall informations, examinations, and confessions of the late witches, arraigned and executed in the county of Essex. : Who were arraigned and condemned at the late sessions, holden at Chelmesford before the Right Honorable Robert, Earle of Warwicke, and severall of his Majesties justices of peace, the 29 of July, 1645. Wherein the severall murthers, and devillish witchcrafts, committed on the bodies of men, women, and children, and divers cattell, are fully discovered. Published by authoritie.; H. F.
Trials Witchcraft England Feversham Early Works To 1800 : The examination, confession, triall, and execution, of Joane Williford, Joan Cariden, and Jane Hott: : who were executed at Feversham in Kent, for being witches, on Munday the 29 of September, 1645. Being a true copy of their evill lives and wicked deeds, taken by the Major of Feversham and jurors for the said inquest. With the examination and confession of Elizabeth Harris, not yet executed. All attested under the hand of Robert Greenstreet, major of Feversham.
Trials Witchcraft England Huntingdon Early Works To 1800 : The witches of Huntingdon, : their examinations and confessions; exactly taken by his Majesties justices of peace for that county. Whereby will appeare haw craftily and dangerously the devill tempteth and seizeth on poore soules. The reader may make use hereof against hypocrisie, anger, malice, swearing, idolatry, lust, covetousnesse, and other grievous sins, which occasioned this their downfall.; Davenport, John,
Trials Witchcraft England Northampton : The Full and true relation of the tryal, condemnation, and execution of Ann Foster : (who was arrained for a witch) on Saturday the 22th of this instant August, at the place of execution at Northampton : with the manner how she by her malice and vvitchcraft set all the barns and corn on fire belonging to one Joseph Weeden living in Eastcoat, and bewitched a whole flock of sheep in a most lamentable manner ... : and also in what likeness the Devil appeared to her while she was in prison, and the manner of her department at her tryal.
Trials Witchcraft England Northampton Early Works To 1800 : Relation of the most remarkable proceedings at the late assizes at Northampton : Conteyning truely and fully, the tryals, confessions, and execution of a most mischievous vvitch, notorious high-way-man, barbarous murderess. The first being Mary Forster, who by witchcraft destroyed above 30 sheep belonging to one Joseph Weedon, and afterwards burned to the ground his dwelling-house, and two large barns, full of corn and hay: to his damage above 300l. VVith her confession of the fact, how, and why she did it: and askign him forgiveness for the same. And a wonderful experiment of her divelish skill shewed in the goal, after she was condemned. The second a high-way-man, who had been 14 times in goal, and before his death discovered several others. The third a young vvench that killed her child, with the strange means how the same was discovered, and her penitent behaviour at the execution. Who all suffered at Northampton aforesaid, Saturday, Aug. 22. 1674.