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252. The Trial of RICHARD LANGHORN, esq. at the Old Bailey, for High Trea-

son, A. D. 1679

................. 418

An Answer to the Reflections on the Five Jesuits Speeches; or,

General Rules of Christian Charity. Together with the Speech

of Henry IV. King of France in behalf of the Jesuits (N.]........ 584

Animadversions on the last Speeches of the five Jesuits, viz. TAOMAS

White alias WHITEBREAD, Provincial of the Jesuits in England;

William HARCOURT, pretended Rector of London; John FEN.

WICK, Procurator for the Jesuits in England ; John Gavan alias

GAWEN, and ANTHONY Turner; who were all executed at Ty-

burn for High Treason in conspiring the Death of the King, &c.

June 20, 1679 [N.]............

........................... 543

An Account of the Behaviour of the Fourteen late Popish Malefac-

tors whilst in Newgate. And their Discourses with the Ordinary,

viz. Messrs. STALEY, COLEMAN, GROVE, IRELAND, Pickering,

Green, Hill, BERRY, WHITEBREAD, HARCOURT, FENWICK, GAWEN,

TURNER, and LANGHORN. Also a Confutation of their Appeals,

Courage, and Cheerfulness, at Execution. By Samuel Smith,

Ordinary of Newgate, and Minister of the Gospel (N.)............ 570

253. The Trial of Sir George WAKEMAN, bart. William MARSHAL, WILLIAM

RUMLEY, and JAMES CORKER, Benedictine Monks, at the Old Bailey,

for High Treason, A. D. 1679 ........

............... 591

Some Observations upon the late Trials of Sir George WAKEMAN,

CORKER, and MARSHAL, &c. By Tom Ticklefoot, the Tabourer,

late Clerk to Justice Clodpate ........

.............. 687

The TICKLER TICKLED; or, the Observator upon the late Trials of

Sir George WaKENAN, &c. observed. By MARGERY Mason,

Spinster ..............

.............. 695

The Lord Chief Justice Scroggs's Speech in the King's-Bench, the

first Day of this present Michaelmas-Term, 1679, occasioned by

many libellous Pamphlets which are published against Law, to

the Scandal of the Government, and Public Justice. Together

with wbat was declared at the same time on the same Occasion, in

: open Court, by Mr. Justice Jones, and Mr. Justice DOLBEN ...... 70

254. The Trial of Charles Kerne, at Hereford Assizes, for High Treason,

being a Romish Priest, A. D. 1679

............ 707

255. The Trial of ANDREW BROMMICII, at Stafford Assizes, for High Treason,

being a Romish Priest, A. D. 1679 ......... ............................... 715

256. The Trial of William Atkins, at Stafford Assizes, for High Treason,

being a Romjsh Priest, A. D. 1679..........

............ 726

957. The Trial of Francis Johnson, a Franciscan, at Worcester, for High

Treason, A. D. 1679 (N.]..........

........... 730

258. The Trial of THOMAS Knox and John LANE, at the King's-Bench, for a

Misdemeanor, A. D. 1679 ......

........... 763

259. The Trials of LONEL ANDERSON alias Munson, William Russel alias

NAPPER, CHARLES Parris alias PARRY, HENRY STARKEY, James CORKER,

WILLIAM MARSHAL, and ALEXANDER LUMSDEN, with the Arraignment

of David JOSEPH Kemish, at the Old Bailey, for High Trcason, being

Komish Priests, A. D. 1680..........

.................... 811

260. The Trial of John TASBOROUGH and Anne Price, at the King's-Bench,

for Subornation of Perjury, A. D. 1680 ...

......... 882

21. The Trial of BENJAMIN Harris, Bookseller, at Guildhall, for causing to

be printed, and sold, a Libel, entitled, “ An Appeal from the Country

“ to the City, for the Preservation of his Majesty's Person, Liberty,

“ Property, and the Protestant Religion," A. D. 1080 ..................... 926

262. The Trial of FRANCIS SMITH, Bookseller, at the Guildhall of London, for

publishing a Libel, A. D. 1680

........... 931

268. The Trial of JANE Curtis, at Guildhall, for publishing the same Libel,

A.D. 1680 ........

........... 959

264. The Trial of Sir THOMAS GASCOIGNE, bart. at the King's-Bench, for High

Treason, A. D. 1680 ...........

265. The Trial of ELIZABETH Cellier, at the King's-Bench, for High Treason,

A. D. 1680........................

........... 1043

266. The Trial of Roger Palmer, esq. Earl of Castlemaine, in the Kingdom of

Ireland, at the King's-Bench, for High Treason, A, D. 1680 ............ 1067

267. The Trial of HENRY CARR, or CARE, at the Guildhall of London, for a

Libel, A. D. 1680............

............ 1111

205. The Trial of John Giles, at the Old Bailey, for assaulting and attempt.

ing to murder John Arnold, esq. A. D. 1680 .......... .......... 1130

1 *9. The Trial of THOMAS THWING and MARY PRESSicks, at York Assizes, for

High Treason, A. D. 1680) -... ................

........... 1162

570. The Trial of ELIZABETH Cellier, at the Old Bailey, for writing and

publishing a Libel, September 11th and 13th, A. D. 1680 ............... 1183

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