The liberty of the subject, and the right of juries asserted, in the remarkable trial of William Penn and William Mead

Publication Date1670
Remainderat the Old-Baily, for a tumultuous assembly, the 1st, 3d, 4th, and 5th of September, 1670. Being the twenty-second year of the reign of King Charles the Second. With the arbitrary proceedings of the court, and the undaunted resolution of the jury in maintaining their first verdict, notwithstanding their commitment to Newgate. From which jail they were discharged by the court of common-pleas, their commitment being illegal.
Extent[2], 30 p.
Publisherprinted for J. Major, in Three Tun Court in Ivy-Lane, near Newgate-Street; and sold by the booksellers and pamphlet shops in London and Westminster

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