A True and Just Account of What Was Transacted in the Commons House, at Westminster, Anno. Dom. 1648

A True and Just Account of What Was Transacted in the Commons House, at Westminster, Anno. Dom. 1648

When That House Voted David Jenkins Esq; A Welch Judge, and Sir Francis Butler, to Be Guilty of High Treason Against Themselves, Without Any Tryal : And Also An Account of What the Committee of That House Proffer'd the Said Judge, If He Would Own Their Authority to Be Lawful; and His Noble Answer to All Their Proposals. And Likewise An Account of An Excellent Speech That the Said Judge Intended to Have Spoken at the Place of His Execution; All Which Matters and Thing D. T. Esq; Had From the Mouth and Notes of the Said Sir Francis Butler

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Publisher: London : [s.n.], Printed in the Year 1719
Characteristics: [2],19,[1]p. ; 8⁰

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