The tryal and condemnation of David Lindsay

Publication Date1704
Remaindera Scotch gent. Late secretary to the Earl of Melford, for high treason, upon the Statute made in the Ninth year of the late K. William the Third, for returning from France, without Licence under the Privy-Seal of England. At the Queens-Bench Bar at Westminster, the 24 of April, 1704. With All the Learned Arguments of Council on both Sides before The Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt; the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Trevor; Mr. Justice Nevill, Mr. Justice Powel; Mr. Justice Gold; Mr. Justice Tracy; Mr Baron Bury, and Mr. Baron Smith, &c.
Extent3 [i.e.32]p.
PublisherLondon, printed for Isaac Cleave, next to Serjeants-Inn, in Chancery-Lane, and Edinburgh, re-printed by Mr. Andrew Symson, and John Reid younger, for Mr. Robert Freebairn, Book-Seller in the Parliament Closs


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