Trial of King Charles the First,
by J.G. Muddiman ... with a foreword by the Earl of Birkenhead.
|Main Creator:||Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649, defendant.|
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Edinburgh, London, W. Hodge & Co. 
Notable British trials series.
Trial for treason before the High Court of Justice for the trying and judging of Charles Stuart, King of England, January, 1649.
From a record of the trial styled "Bradshawe's journal", signed by both the clerks of the High Court of Justice, Andrew Broughton and John Phelps, and prepared by seven members of the court, meeting at Bradshaw's lodgings. cf. Pref.
Appendices: A. The proceedings in the Painted Chamber, recorded in "Bradshawe's journal".--B. The King's reasons against the pretended jurisdiction of the High Court of Justice.--C. The speech Cook intended to have delivered.--D. Official print of the King's speech upon the scaffold.--E. Declaration of the Peers, 8th February, 1649.--F. The Solemn League and Covenant.
"Bibliography of reports of the trial": pages xvii-xviii.
Physical description: xviii, 282 p. ; frontispiece, plates, portraits, facsimile 22 cm.
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