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The Execution of Ed. Fitz-Harris and Oliver Plunket

The Execution of Ed. Fitz-Harris and Oliver Plunket

who was conveyed, one from the Tower and the other from Newgate, on the 1st of July to Tyburn upon a sledg, and there hang"d and quartered for high-treason in conspiring the death of His Most Sacred Majesty, to subvert the government by endeavouring to raise rebellion, and to introduce an army to establish popery and arbitrary power and destroy the Protestants : with the manner of his behaviour in the Tower and at the place of execution.

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Published by Printed by D. Mallet in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fitzharris, Edward, -- 1648?-1681,
  • Plunket, Oliver, -- Saint, -- 1629-1681,
  • Popish Plot, 1678.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 184:11.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16795414M

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The Execution of Ed. Fitz-Harris and Oliver Plunket: who was conveyed, one from the Tower and the other from Newgate, on the 1st of July to Tyburn upon a sledg, and there hang'd and quartered for high-treason in conspiring the death of His Most Sacred Majesty, to subvert the government by endeavouring to raise rebellion, and to introduce an army to establish popery and arbitrary power and.

The last speech of Mr. Oliver Plunket, titular Primate of Ireland who was executed at Tyburn on Friday the 1st of this instant July, / by: Plunket, Oliver, Saint, Published: ().

The last speech and confession of Oliver Plunket, titular Primate of Ireland: with an account of his behavior in Newgate, since his condemnation: and also of Edward Fitz-Harris: at their execution at Tyburn, upon Fryday, July 1,for high treason, in conspiring the death of the King, &c.

by: Plunket, Oliver, Saint, Published: (). The last speech and confession of Oliver Plunket, titular primate of Ireland: with an account of his behavior in newgate since his condemnation, and also of Edward Fitz-harris, at their execution at Tyburn upon Fryday, July 1,for high-treason Plunket, Oliver Saint, [ Book.

The proceedings in relation to the tryal of Edward Fitz-Harris, at the Kings-bench-bar in Westminster-Hall, who stands indicted for high-treason which proceedings were on Wednesday the 4th.

and Saturday the 7th. of this instant May, An Account of some particulars in the tryal of Mr. Fitz Harris in Westminster-Hall, June 9,where he was found guilty of high-treason together with a brief relation of the tryal of Oliver Plunket, the popish primate of Ireland, at the same place the day before, who was likewise found guilty of.

The tryal and condemnation of Dr Oliver Plunket titular primate of Ireland, for high-treason: at the barr of the Court of King's Bench, at Westminster, in Trinity term, (Dublin: Printed by Joseph Ray at Colledge-Green, for Eliphal Dobson bookseller on Cork-hill, ), by Oliver Plunket and Joseph Ray (page images at HathiTrust).

Book. Bliss, R. Restoration England: Politics and Government And Oliver Plunket With Their Last Speeches And Confession At The Place Of Execution. 1st ed. London: H. Brugish. Book. Burnet, G.

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Tyburn ceased to be the place of execution inthe last execution here taking place on November 7th of that year. When the turnpike was in its turn removed, its position was recorded by a monument placed on the south side of the road, somewhat to the west of the Marble Arch. Printed for Elizabeth Cellier, and are to be sold at her House in Arundel Street, near St.

Clements Church, (Wing C. ~ The book was still at the printer's (Downing, of St. Bartholomew. Traytors Rewarded: Or, the Execution and Confession of Edward Fitz Harris and Oliver Plunket, Two Notorious Traytors 1v.

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The tryal and condemnation of Edw. Fitz-Harris, Esq., for high treason at the barr of the Court of King's Bench, at Westminster, on Thursday the 9th of June, in Trinity term, as also the tryal and condemnation of Dr. Oliver Plunket, titular primate of Ireland, for high treason.

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