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The ghost of K. Charls and Serieant [sic] Bradshaw. : Being a discourse betwixt Charles late king of England, the arch-bishop of Canterburie and Serjeant John Bradshaw. Wherein the unjust proceedings at the triall of the late king in the High-court of justice are justly discovered: the full manner of it debated and the whole course of affaires from the beginning of the wars to these present times, fully and most lively represented. Together, with the means to preserve both church and state from the great and gaping ruines which do threaten to devour them. Preview this item
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The ghost of K. Charls and Serieant [sic] Bradshaw. : Being a discourse betwixt Charles late king of England, the arch-bishop of Canterburie and Serjeant John Bradshaw. Wherein the unjust proceedings at the triall of the late king in the High-court of justice are justly discovered: the full manner of it debated and the whole course of affaires from the beginning of the wars to these present times, fully and most lively represented. Together, with the means to preserve both church and state from the great and gaping ruines which do threaten to devour them.

Author: William Starbuck
Publisher: London, : Printed [s.n.], in the Year 1649.
Series: Early English books online.
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Genre/Form: Early works
History
Pamphlets
Early works to 1800
Named Person: Charles, King of England; John Bradshaw; William Laud; John Bradshaw; Charles, King of England; William Laud
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: William Starbuck
OCLC Number: 767516006
Notes: Title vignette.
Attributed to William Starbucke in the Wrenn catalogue.
Reproduction of original in: Trinty College (Dublin, Ireland) Library.
Imperfect: print show-through with loss of text.
Some text in black letter.
Description: 1 online resource (8 p.)
Series Title: Early English books online.
Other Titles: Discourse between the ghost of King Charles; the Archbishop of Canterbury, and President John Bradshaw

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