The case of sodomy :
in the tryal of Mervin Lord Audley, Earl of Castlehaven, for committing a rape. And sodomy with two of his servants, viz. (Lawrence Fitz-Patrick and Thomas Brodway) who was try'd and condemn'd by his peers April the 25th, and beheaded on Tower-Hill, May the 14th, 1631. With his articles of belief, sent in a letter to his son; the letter he writ to his four sisters, and his speech at the place of execution. Likewise the tryal, conviction, condemnation, confession and execution of Lawrence Fitz-Patrick and Thomas Brodway; ...
|Main Creator:||Touchet, Mervin, Earl of Castlehaven (2nd.|
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London : printed for E. Curll, 1710.
|Edition:||The second edition.|
Half-title: 'The Lord Audley's tryal for sodomy, &c.'.
Sometimes found with 'Some memorials of the life and penitent death of Dr. John Atherton' by Nicholas Bernard, with the title of either 'The case of Bishop Atherton', or 'The cases of lewdness'.
Physical description: 40 p. ; 8vo
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|J.3431.CAS||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|