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Regicides England : An exact and most impartial accompt of the indictment, arraignment, trial, and judgment (according to law) of twenty nine regicides, the murtherers of His late sacred Majesty of most glorious memory : begun at Hicks-Hall on Tuesday, the 9th of October, 1660, and continued (at the Sessions-House in the Old Bayley) untill Friday, the nineteenth of the same moneth : together with a summary of the dark, and horrid decrees of those caballists, preparatory to that hellish fact : exposed to view for the reader's satisfaction, and information of posterity.
Regicides England Humour Early Works To 1800 : Peter's patern : newly revived, with additions, or The perfect path to worldly happiness. As it was delivered in a funeral sermon preached at the interrment of Mr. Hugh Peters lately deceased. By I.C. translator of Pineda upon Job, and one of the triers.; J. C.
Regicides France Early Works To 1800 : Two horrid murthers; one, committed upon the person of Henry the Fourth of France. The other upon his son in law, Charles the First of England. : Of the various and lasting tortures endured by the murtherers of the one, (extracted out of Mr. Howell his history of Lewis the 13th) and of the early short punishments undergone by the murtherers of the other. Though for the atrocity of the fact, they were not inferior to the first, but considering all circumstances, and complication of treasons went beyond him / by James Parry of Poston, Esquire.; Parry, James,
Regicides Great Britain Poetry Early Works To 1800 : An exit to the exit tyrannus : or, upon erasing that ignominious and scandalous motto, which was set over the place where King Charles the First statue stood, in the Royall Exchange, London. To the tune of I made a voyage into France, &c.
Regicides Poetry : On the six new pinnacles upon Westminster-Hall, or, A Size of traytors heads
Regicides Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Qui chetat chetabitur: or, Tyburne cheated. : Being, a poeme, upon the three regicides Munson, Mildmay and Wallopp; who were drawn upon hurdles to Tyburne on the 27th. of January, 1661.