A Letter to a Friend

A Letter to a Friend

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1690 edition. Excerpt: ...before others knew fhM, JteJ Tragedy. w4s sinished. ice, I say, would have theiridr o conotoratcd their Evidence against rheir Master, that ncne could in the least hatfe doubted of the tiuth of their being so employed, thatwere once satisfied they were, as before, lent by, and r----ned to His Highness. This thenoWi'his Highness, under no less obligation t Self-preservatipn, tp skreen those his faithful and ready Servant from any Prosecution, weH knowing that his own Interest (and indeed Life) was wiaptup in theirs., Wherefore I think this matter was r ry cunningly managed (as to the! rity of these Cut-throats from the har of Justice, either in their Punishments or Prosecution). And it could aot sibly have been done with to the persons of those that The Centinel Lloyd declared, He could not be positive whether Major tiawley or the Warder let the men into the outward door: But Major HtmUy pretends, He tquld not; for he (as he saith ) went (c)ut of his House at Five a Clock in the morning, and did not go nigh his own House till News of my Lord's Death was brought him by Monday the War der; and therefore he-could not open the door to any that went in just before my Lord's Death. This reason of Major Hawley is equally true with what else he. saith in his Defence, as appears by this Information. Ichard Nicholson, in the Wkfy of Queenhrthe, ComFaBor, Depofeth, That the day of the Earl ef Essex-bis Death, this. Deponent was a Watder in the. Tower, --4 sot the said Major Hawley gave her l o 8. and that the Neck of the Cravat that he took off the said EarPs Neck, was cut in three pieces.; The Mark ofPhilip Jchnfcn. The Information of Miriam Tcvey of Rrd-Lton-jlreet in White-Chapjw/-Parisli, in Middlesex, Widow taken the day aforejsaid befoshow more

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  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236607341
  • 9781236607348