A true relation of the unjust accusation of certain French gentlemen, (charged with a robbery, of which they were most innocent) and the proceedings upon it, with their tryal and acquittance in the Court of Kings Bench, in Easter term last. Published by Denzell Lord Holles, partly for a further manifestation of their innocency, (of which, as he is informed, many do yet doubt) and partly for his own vindication, in regard of some passages at that tryal, which seemed very strongly to reflect upon him

Publication Date1671
Extent[2], 44 p.
Publisherprinted by J. Darby, for Richard Chiswel, at the two Angels and Crown in Little-Britain



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