New matters of note made known to this kingdome. :
1. A true and perfect relation of the apprehension, examination, conviction, condemnation, and confession of Andrew Roe, and Thomas Reynolds, two popish priests, who for seducing his Maejsties liege people, were drawne, hang'd and quartered at Tyburne, on 'Friday, the 21 of Ianuary, 1641. 2. The names and facts of other prisoners, executed at the same time. 3. The humble desires of the Scotch commissioners to the Kings most excellent majestie. Together with the names of the said commissioners, and an order of the House of Commons ... 4. A most strange letter which was found in the old change. Ian. 18. and directed with a crosse to the right Reverend Father in God, Mathew Wren, ... and read the same day at the committee in Grocers Hall. 5. A new protestation against the Parliament in England ... Lastly the discovery of a great and bloody treason against the King of Portugal ... Together with the Bishop of Lamego, who lately crown'd the King, yet was since found guilty with the rest.
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London : printed for J. W., 1641 [i.e. 1642]
Publication year given according to Lady Day dating.
Physical description:  p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), N667
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