The court of justice:
or the tryals of King Charles's judges. Being an account of the arraignment and condemnation of twenty nine of those barbarous traytors, that cut off the head of King Charles the First. ... Also, an account of what they said in their own defence, and the speeches they made tending to justifie that horrid and abominable fact.
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London : printed by J. Bradford, [1705?]
Publication date from MH-AH.
Physical description: 16p. ; 8⁰.
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|JP 2297||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|