The tryals and condemnation, of five notorious Jesuits, Popish-priests and traytors

Publication Date1679
RemainderViz. Thomas White, alias Whitebread. William Harcourt, alias Harrison. John Fenwick. John Gavern, alias Gawen. Anthony Turner. and also of Mr. Richard Langhorn, counsellor at law: who were all found guilty of high-treason. For conspiring to murder the King, subvert the government, root out the Protestant religion, and establish Popery, &c. On a fair tryal, at a sessions of Oyer and Terminer, holden at the sessions-house in the Old-Baily, in the 13th and 14th of this instant Jun 1679. With an account of several letters and commissions, sealed with the broad seal of Rome, some of which were produced in court
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