The tryal, and condemnation of Capt. Thomas Vaughan. for high treason, in adhering to the French-King, and for endeavouring the destruction of His Majesty's ships in the Nore

Publication Date1697
RemainderWho upon full evidence was found guilty at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baily, on the 6th. of Novemb. 1696. With all the learned arguments of the King's and prisoners council, both of the civil and common law, upon the new Act of Parliament for regulating tryals in cases of high treason. Perused by Sir Charles Hedges, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty; the Lord Chief Justice Holt, the Lord Chief Justice Treby, and the council present at the tryal. To which is added, Captain Vaughan's commission at large, which he had from the French-King. As also an account of the tryal of John Murphey for high treason
Extent51, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for John Everingham at the Star near the west-end of St. Paul's


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