Tryals for High-Treason, and Other Crimes; With Proceedings on Bills of Attainder, and Impeachments, for Three Hundred Years Past, to Which Are Prefix'd a Preface, Giving an Account of the Nature and Usefulness of the Work and an Volume 5

Tryals for High-Treason, and Other Crimes; With Proceedings on Bills of Attainder, and Impeachments, for Three Hundred Years Past, to Which Are Prefix'd a Preface, Giving an Account of the Nature and Usefulness of the Work and an Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1720 edition. Excerpt: ...House? whetstone to Whetstone. Sir William's Man desir'd me to go the seme. to Haywood's to fetch some Bedding, and odd Things: He went before, and met me again, about half a Mile from the Houses and told me, I must stay, and not come to the House till it was Night. And at Night we went to the House, and loaded the Waggon with Boxes and Bedding that was there. There might be seven or eight Boxes j and we carried them to Sir William Parkins's House; and they were put into the Ground by the Wallfide, where they were found. I saw them dug up again, and they prov'd to be Arms. Thomas Watts, the Constable, Sworn. The Consta-Watts. I search'd Sir William Parhns's House, ble's Evidence, and in a Border, by the Wall in the Garden, I who seiz'd found some Arms: Viz., Four Dozen of broad two them. edg'd Swords, without Hilts; (but there was a L p8e 82 Box of Hilts, that I suppose was prepar'd for them) Thirty Two Carbines, and Twenty Five Brace of Pistols. I carried the Boxes to my House, and broke them open there. Freeman, the Hostler, Sworn. Att. Gen. Give an Account what Horses of Sir William Parkins's were kept at the George? Freeman. Freeman. About February last, he had sometimes Freeman's Eyithree Horses came in, sometimes Four, the most denceofthe that ever he had was Five. Prisoner's An. Gen. When had he Five? Horses that Freeman. It was the Week before the Plot broke were hr0&t out: They came in on a Friday Night, four with r? Towr" Holsters and small Pistols, and a led Mare with a raTf ? -Portmanteau: And in a Horse-Cloth, wrapp'dup, "ended Aflafr there was one or two pair of Jack-Boots; and, I sination. think, a Bridle or two. They went away again on Saturday in the Afternoon. An. Gen. Did you...show more

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  • Paperback | 194 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 354g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236758919
  • 9781236758910