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The design of enslaving England discovered in the incroachments upon the powers and privileges of Parliament by K. Charles II being a new corrected impression of that excellent piece intituled, A just and modest vindication of the proceedings of the two last Parliaments of King Charles the Second.
by Jones, William, Sir, 1631-1682.Get full text
The tryal of Edward Coleman, Gent. for conspiring the death of the King. And the subversion of the government of England and the Protestant religion: Who upon full evidence was found guilty of high treason. And received sentence accordingly, on Thursday November the 28. 1678.
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The Horrible and bloody conspiracy undertaken by many desperate persons who cry up and introduce the interests of Charles Stewart would have destroyed & burned the city, made an attempt on the tower! seized upon many honorable personages, and covered all things with fire and blood. The names of those speedily to by tryed by the High Court of Justice, are, John Russell Iohn Mordan Sir William Compton Sir Richard Willis Sir Henry Slingsby Doctor Hewet. The names of those apprehend[e]d on Saturd[a]y May the 15. and since. are, Sir William Leighton, Mr. Brandone. Mr. Manly. Mr. Blunden. Mr. Topham, Mr. Dean, Mr. Friar. Mr. Smith. &c. [T]ogether, with the gallant mustring of the trained bands of the city of Friday May 21.
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Monday the first of September, 1651. Resolved by the Parliament, that whatsoever person or persons have, or shall have in their custody any of the printed papers (entituled, His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects of the kingdom of England and dominion of VVales) be injoyned forthwith to bring the same in to the Councel of State, ...
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By the Parliament. Whereas information is given to the Parliament, that John Mordant Esq; son to the late Earl of Peterborough, Col. Edward Massey, commonly called Major General Massey, Charls Stuart, commonly called the Earl of Leichfield, Sir Thomas Leventhorp knight, ...
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Iter boreale. The second part relating the progress of the Lord General Monk, calling in the secluded members, their voting King Charls the second home, his joyfull reception at Dover, and his glorious conduct through London, to his royal palace at Whitehall /
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