The tryal of William Fuller

Publication Date1702
Remainderupon an information for being an impostor, and of ill name and reputation: Falsely, Maliciously, Wickedly and Seditiously Contriving, Practising and Intending the late King William and his Subjects Falsely and Unlawfully to delude and deceive, and Discords between the said late King and his Peers, and the Noblemen of this Kingdom, to excite and stir up, by publishing two scandalous libels, the one called, The original letters from the late King. The other called, Twenty six depositions o f persons of quality and worth. Of which he was found guilty. Before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, at Guildhall, Wednesday, May 20. 1702
Publisherprinted for Isaac Cleave next to Serjeants Inn in Chancery-Lane



MoEML Location(s)

Wed Oct 04 20:59:26 CDT 2023