Weston, Richard d. 1615
Most widely held works about Richard Weston
Most widely held works by Richard Weston
Direct instruction and the teaching of early reading : Wisconsin's teacher-led insurgency by Mark C Schug ( Book )
1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 26 libraries worldwide
The proceedings against Richard Weston at his arraignement at Guildhall the 19th of November 1615, [ca. 1650 by Richard Weston ( )
2 editions published in 1650 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Manuscript on paper, in a single secretary hand, of a relation of the trial of Richard Weston and others for the murder by poisoning of Sir Thomas Overbury. The manuscript records testimonies by and examinations of Overbury's servants, Weston's son William, Gervase Elwes, the Lieutenant of the Tower where Weston was imprisoned, and Weston himself. The manuscript also describes the arraignment of Ann Turner for "comforting, ayding, and assisting the said Weston in the poisoning to death of the said Sr. Tho. Overburie," followed by copies of indemnifying letters from Frances Howard, Countess of Somerset, and proceedings against Gervase Elwes, James Franklin, and Thomas Monson for assisting Weston in the murder. The text concludes with the arraignment of the Lady and Lord of Somerset and their pardons by King James I. The text also appears in "A true and historical relation of the poysoning of Sir Thomas Overbury," London, 1651.
The arraignement of Richard Weston yeoman at the Gild Hall London the xixth daye of October 1615 for the poysoninge of Sir Thomas Overberye knight prisoner in the Tower ca. 1615 by Richard Weston ( Book )
2 editions published in 1615 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Account of the arraignment of Richard Weston, relating to the presumed poisoning of Thomas Overbury. Includes the examinations of Lawrence Davies and Henry Payton, servants to Overbury, Richard West, Sir Thomas Monson, Sir Jervis Elwys (i.e. Helwys), Simon Marston, musician, Paul de la Bell, apothecary, Giles Rawlings and the Lieutenant of the Tower, as well as the sentence and execution of Weston.
Copy of Proceedings against Richard Weston and his accomplices for the murder of Sir Thomas Overbury, 1615 copied ca. 1625 by Richard Weston ( Book )
2 editions published in 1625 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Before the Lord Mayor, the Lord Chief Justice of England and other Justices of the King--Crooke, Dandridge and Haughton.
The bloody downfall of adultery, murder, ambition, at the end of which are added Westons, and Mistris Turners last teares, shed for the murder of T. Overbury ... who ... suffered execution at Tiburne the 14. of November last : 1615 by Richard Weston ( Book )
1 edition published in 1616 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Coke, Edward,--Sir,--1552-1634 Death Direct instruction Divorce Early works England Essex, Robert Devereux,--Earl of,--1591-1646 Finance, Public Franklin, James,--d. 1615 Great Britain Harte, Eustace,--Sir Helwys, Gervase,--Sir,--1561-1615 Higgons, Theophilus,--1578?-1659 History Holles, John,--Earl of Clare,--ca. 1565-1637 James--I,--King of England,--1566-1625 Law Legatt, Bartholomew,--1575?-1612 Manuscripts Marriage Murderers Overbury, Thomas,--Sir,--1581-1613 Poisoning Reading (Primary) Reading (Primary)--Direct instruction approach Somerset, Frances Howard Carr,--Countess of,--1593-1632 Somerset, Robert Carr,--Earl of,--d. 1645 Trials Trials, litigation, etc. Trials (Murder) Turner, Anne,--1576-1615 Weston, Richard,--d. 1615 Wightman, Edward,--d. 1612 Wisconsin
Weston, Rich. (Richard), d. 1615