The tryall and condemnation of Col. Daniel Axtell, who guarded the High-Court of Injustice. Col. Francis Hacker, who guarded His Sacred Majesty to the scaffold. Cap. Hewlet, who was proved to be the man that butchered His Majesty. [electronic resource] : Together with, their severall pleas, and the answers thereunto. At the sessions-house in the Old-baily, on Monday the 15. of October, 1660. By the judges appointed by the King for that purpose
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