Sergeant Thorpe, Judge of Assize for the Northern Circvit, his charge : as it was delivered to the Grand-Jury at Yorke Assizes, the twentieth of March, 1648. Clearly epitomizing the statutes belonging to this nation, which concerns (and, as a golden rule, ought to regulate) the several estates and conditions of men. And (being duly observed) do really promote the peace and plenty of this Common-wealth.
Printed by T:W: for Matthew Walbancke, and Richard Best, at Grayes-Inne gate,
|Physical Description:||, 30 p. ; 19 cm (4to)|
|Place of Publication:|
England -- London.
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|General note:||Imprimatur on leaf D4v: Junii 2. 1649. Imprimatur, Na. Brent.|
An attempt to justify the execution of Charles I.
|Citation / References note:||Wing (2nd ed.), T1070|
|Immediate source of acquisition note:||Bequest; James Duport.|
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