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The gunpowder-treason : with a discourse of the manner of its discovery ; and a perfect relation of the proceedings against those horrid conspirators ; wherein is contained their examinations, tryals, and condemnations ; likewise King James's speech to both houses of Parliament, on that occasion ; a preface touching that horrid conspiracy, by the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas Lord Bishop of Lincoln ; and by way of appendix, several papers of Sir Henry Digby ... Ver prévia deste item
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The gunpowder-treason : with a discourse of the manner of its discovery ; and a perfect relation of the proceedings against those horrid conspirators ; wherein is contained their examinations, tryals, and condemnations ; likewise King James's speech to both houses of Parliament, on that occasion ; a preface touching that horrid conspiracy, by the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas Lord Bishop of Lincoln ; and by way of appendix, several papers of Sir Henry Digby ...

Autor: James, King of England; Thomas Barlow; Everard Digby, Sir
Editora: London : Printed by Theo. Newcomb and H. Hills, 1679.
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Tipo de Documento Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: James, King of England; Thomas Barlow; Everard Digby, Sir
Número OCLC: 11674561
Notas: Signatures: A--C⁸, D⁷, [a¹] A--D⁸, f⁴ F--R⁸.
Descrição: [4], 58, [1], 263, [1] pages ; 18 cm (8 volumes)
Conteúdos: To the reader --
A speech made by King James to both houses of Parliament, upon occasion of the discovery of the Gunpowder Plot; designed to be executed on the 5 Nov. 1605 --
A discourse of the manner of the discovery of the Gunpowder-Plot, together with the examinations and confessions of some of the most notorious conspirators concern'd in it --
A true copy of the declaration of Guido Fawkes, taken in the presence of the Counsellors, whole names are under-written --
Thomas Winter's confession, taken the xxiii of November 1605 in the presence of the Counsellors, whose names are under-written --
The brief of the matters whereupon Robert Winter, Esq. Thomas Winter, Gent. Guy Fawkes, Gent. John Graunt, Esq. Ambrose Rookwood, Esq. Robert Keyes, Gent. Thomas Bates, were indicted, and whereupon they were arraigned --
My Lord of Northampton's speech, as it was taken at the arraignment of Sir Everard Digby, by T.S. --
The arraignment of Henry Garnet, Superior of the Jesuits in England, on Friday the 28th day of March, 1606 at Guild-hall in the City of London, before the Lords Commissioners there present --
The effect of that wich Sir Edward Coke, Knight, His Majesties Attorney General, said at the arraignment of Henry Garnet, Superior of the Jesuits in England, as near to his own words as the same could be taken --
Then Mr. Garnet having licence of the court to answer what he could for himself, spake, and divided all which had been objected, to his remembrance, into 4 parts, viz. --
A true relation of all such things as passed at the execution of Mr. Garnet, the third of May, anno 1606 --
Papers or letters of Sr. Everard Digby, chiefly relating to the Gunpowder-Plot, and written by him during his imprisonment in the Tower.

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