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The arraignment, tryal and condemnation of Robert, Earl of Essex, and Henry, Earl of Southampton, at Westminster the 19th of February, 1600 [i.e. 1601] and in the 43 year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth: for rebelliously conspiring and endeavouring the subversion of the government, by confederacy with Tyr-owen, that popish traytor and his complices; : of whom, these following, viz. Sir Christopher Blunt, Sir Charles Danvers, Sir Gillie Merrick and Henry Cuffe, were the 5th of March following, by a special commission of Oyer and terminer, arraigned, condemned, and executed. The peers had to their assistance the learned judges. Counsel for the Queen. Sir Henry Yelverton, the Queens Serjeant. Sir Edward Cook, the Queens Attorney General; afterwards Lord Chief Justice of England. Mr. Bacon, afterwards Lord Chancellor. Preview this item
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The arraignment, tryal and condemnation of Robert, Earl of Essex, and Henry, Earl of Southampton, at Westminster the 19th of February, 1600 [i.e. 1601] and in the 43 year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth: for rebelliously conspiring and endeavouring the subversion of the government, by confederacy with Tyr-owen, that popish traytor and his complices; : of whom, these following, viz. Sir Christopher Blunt, Sir Charles Danvers, Sir Gillie Merrick and Henry Cuffe, were the 5th of March following, by a special commission of Oyer and terminer, arraigned, condemned, and executed. The peers had to their assistance the learned judges. Counsel for the Queen. Sir Henry Yelverton, the Queens Serjeant. Sir Edward Cook, the Queens Attorney General; afterwards Lord Chief Justice of England. Mr. Bacon, afterwards Lord Chancellor.

Author: Robert Devereux Essex, Earl ofHenry Wriothesley Southampton, Earl ofHenry Yelverston, SirEdward Coke, SirFrancis BaconAll authors
Publisher: London, : Printed for Tho. Basset, at the George in Fleet-street, Sam. Heyrick, at Grayes-Inn-Gate in Holborn, and Matth. Gillyflower in Westminster-Hall., 1679.
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Genre/Form: Trials, litigation, etc
Early works to 1800
Named Person: Henry Wriothesley Southampton, Earl of; Robert Devereux Essex, Earl of; Christopher Blount, Sir; Gilly Merrick, Sir; Charles Danvers, Sir; Henry Cuff
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Devereux Essex, Earl of; Henry Wriothesley Southampton, Earl of; Henry Yelverston, Sir; Edward Coke, Sir; Francis Bacon; Thomas Bassett, (Bookseller); Samuel Heyrick; Matthew Gilliflower; Francis Bacon Library,
OCLC Number: 42391232
Notes: The names "Sir Christopher Blunt ... Danvers" and "Sir Gillie Merrick ... Cuffe" are bracketed together on the title page.
Description: [2], 30 p. ; 30 cm. (fol.)

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