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Ir. One VOLUME.
The Duke of Norfolk, and the Lady Mary Mordaunt, for a Divorce.
Patrick Hurley, for Perjury.
Dr. Henry Sacheverell. for a Misdemeanor.
James Earl of Derwentivater, William Lord Widdrington, William Earl of NiiUfdale, Robert Earl of Carmvath, and William Lord Nairn, for High Treason.
George Earl of Wintoun, for High Treason.
Robert Earl of Oxford, for High Treason, and other High Crimes and Misdemeanors.
Major Stede, Bonne t ,and Thirtythree others, for Piracy.
7rf»7 Gistwt, Lord Chief Baron of Ireland, John Pocklington, Esq; and Sir John, St. Leger, Barons of the Exchequer, fora Contempt of the House of Lords.
Hugh Reason and Robert Tranter, for the Murder of Edward Lutterel, Esq;
Arundel Coke, alias Cooke, and John Woodbourne, for flitting Mr. CW#^sNose.
Christopher Layer, Esq j for High Treason.
Corpus, upon a Commitment for High Treason.
The Bishop 0/Oxford'/ Speech, in the House of Lords,
Coke, alias Cooke, of Bury St. Edmund's afore-
^Proceedings upon the Bill of Divorce v£l *f' between his Grace the Duke of Norfolk and the .Lac/y Mary Mordant, in February and March, 12 W. III. 1699. v 1 z.
I. The Journal of the House of Lords, together with the Bill.
II. The depositions before their Lordships.
III. The Examination and Evidence of the
IV. The State of the Cafe on loth Sides.
V. SiJhoJ) CoufensV Argument, proving that
VI. The pleadings of the Learned Council before
T were to be wifh'd, that the Proceedings
little more perfect than we find Dutches$ of
them. Here are none ot the Fro- ^r/i/i. ceedings on the two former Bills, which the Dixie brought some Years before, in order to obtain a Divorce, which wsre rejected : >.o,- are Vol. VIII. B there