The triall of Henry Carr, gent, at the Guild-Hall of the City of London, the 2d. day of July, 1680

Publication Date1681
RemainderUpon an information brought against him in the Crown-Office, charging him to be author (as in the said information it is called) of a certain false, scandalous, and malitious book intituled, The weekly pacquet of advice from Rome, or the history of popery. Particularly for that of the 1st. of August, 1680, which was the next Fryday after the tryal of Sir George Wakeman at the Old-Baily, before the Lord Chief Justice Scroggs. Also the tryal of Elizabeth Cellier, at the Kings-Bench Bar, July the 11th. 1680. where she was cleared, and Mr. Thomas Dangerfield, the chief witness against her, for some defect in his pardon, committed to the Kings-Bench Prison
Extent[8], 26; 17, [1] p.
Publisherprinted by I.G. for R. Taylor near Stationers-Hall




MoEML Location(s)

Mon Dec 04 10:15:58 CST 2023