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The tryall of Richard Langhorn, esq., counsellor at law : for conspiring the death of the King, subversion of the government and Protestant religion : who upon full evidence was found guilty of high treason, and received sentence accordingly at the Sessions in the Old-Bayley, holden for London and Middlesex, on Saturday, being the 14th. of June 1679
Bib ID 15120
Format BookBook
Author
Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679
 
Description London : Printed for H. Hills, T. Starkey, D. Newman, T. Cockeril and T. Simmons, 1679 
68 [i.e. 66], [1] p. ; 31 cm. (fol.) 
Notes

"Published by authority".

Signatures: [A]-Sp2s.

Advertisement printed on final leaf.

Pages 44-45 misnumbered 43-44; 41 and 42 omitted from page numbering.

Cited In

Wing T2212

Subjects Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679 -- Trials, litigation, etc.  |  Trials (Treason) -- England -- Early works to 1800.  |  Popish Plot, 1678.
Time Coverage 1679 
Other authors/contributors England and Wales. Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (London)

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