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Relation of the most remarkable proceedings at the late assizes at Northampton
|Other titles||Nevvs from Northampton assizes, of witchcraft, robbery on the high-way, and murther, &c, News from Northampton assizes, of witchcraft, robbery on the high-way, and murther, &c|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2176:26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5, p. 4,  p|
An impartial account of what pass'd most remarkable in the last session of Parliament: relating to the case of Dr Henry Sacheverell: done on such another paper and letter, and may therefore be bound up with the trial of the said Doctor (printed for Jacob Tonson at Grays-Inn-Gate in Grays-Inn-Lane [false imprint for Abel Roper], ), MS A true and impartial relation of the whole matters concerning the proceedings of several councels of war, against W. Tompson, a free commoner of England, which may serve for a refutation to a scandalous paper, entituled, The vindication of Lieutenant General Cromwel, and Commissary General Ireton, and the late proceedings against the said ?cginame=text-idx;id=navbarbrowselink;key=title;page.
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An Account of the whole proceedings at the sessions holden at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baily, for the city of London, county of Middlesex, &c.: which began on the twelfth of this instant July, and ended the 16th of the same: giving a particular relation of the tryals of divers high-way-men, clippers, fellons, traytors, and conspirators, but more especially of the tryals of William, Lord Page 9. " Gilbert Talbott is a captain pure" Sir Gilbert Talbot, K.G., third son of John second Earl of Shrewsbury, who was slain at Northampton, , fighting for NOTES. 67 the House of Lancaster, to whose interests the Talbots appear to have been uniformly attached, was a renowned
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Relation of the most remarkable proceedings at the late assizes at Northampton Conteyning truely and fully, the tryals, confessions, and execution of a most mischievous vvitch, notorious high-way-man, barbarous murderess.
The first being Mary Forster, who by witchcraft destroyed above 30 sheep belonging to one Joseph Weedon, and afterwards Get this from a library. Relation of the most remarkable proceedings at the late assizes at Northampton: Conteyning truely and fully, the tryals, confessions, and execution of a most mischievous vvitch, notorious high-way-man, barbarous murderess.
The first being Mary Forster, who by witchcraft destroyed above 30 sheep belonging to one Joseph Weedon, and afterwards burned to the ground his A True narrative of the proceedings at the Hertford-assizes, this instant July setting forth the tryal of the person that attempted to fire the town of Hodsdon, with the punishment inflicted on him: the tryal, examination, and confession of two high-way-men, and one pick-pocket, there condemned to die: and all other remarkable occurances ?type=lcsubc&key=Criminal.
Tags AccusedWoman, AnnFoster, Begging, BloodCovenant, Confessed, Devil/Imp, Executed, Fire, Guilty, Livestock, Northampton, Rat, VictimMan, Witchcraft ← Relation of the most remarkable proceedings at the late assizes → A True and perfect relation of the great harm done by a dreadful storm of wind, thunder, lightning Filed under: Trials (Murder) -- England -- Northampton -- Early works to Relation of the most remarkable proceedings at the late assizes at Northampton Conteyning truely and fully, the tryals, confessions, and execution of a most mischievous vvitch, notorious high-way-man, barbarous ://?type=lcsubc&key=Murder.
The devils cabinet broke open: or a new discovery of the high-way thieves. Being a seasonable advice of a gentleman lately converted from them, to gentlemen and travellers to avoyd their villanies.
Together with a relation of the laws, customes, and subtilties, of house-breakers, pick-pockets, and other mecanick caterpillars of this :// Fair warnings to a careless world in the pious letter written by the Right Honourable James Earl of Marleburgh, a little before his death, to the Right Honourable Sir Hugh Pollard, comptroller of his Maties houshold.
With the last words of CXL and upwards, of the most learned and honourable persons of England, and other parts of the ://?type=lcsubc&key=Dying. Relation of the Most Remarkable Proceedings at the Late Assizes at Northampton (London, ) Romei, [H]annibale The Courtier's Academie (London, ) Rösslin, Eucharius, The Rose Garden for Pregnant Women and Midwives, Newly Englished, trans.
Relation of the Most Remarkable Proceedings at the late Assizes at Northampton. London:6 Anonymous Witch-Searcher: One of a group of women from Bideford in the county of Devon who search Temperance Lloyd for witch's marks.
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Some modest reflections upon Mr. Stephens's late book, entituled, A plain relation of the late action at sea, between the English, Dutch, and French fleets, from June 22 to July 5 last with reflections thereupon, and upon the present state of the nation, &c.: with a vindication of the Church of England from what he has therein advanc'd against ?key=author;page=browse;value=he.
Brief summary: In the woods lived a cobbler called Robin the Devill, forced to marry a woman’s daughter, got into trouble with the town and left, he got lost but found a house with an old lady in it who he then realized was a witch, he went into fits and she seduced him into bed, the next morning three witches came in seeking revenge against him, promised to marry one of them, they turned An account of a late voyage to Athens containing the estate both ancient and modern of that famous city, and of the present empire of the Turks, the life of the now Sultan Mahomet the IV, with the Ministry of the Grand Vizier Coprogli Achmet Pacha: also the most remarkable passages in the Turkish camp at the siege of Candia and divers other ?key=title;page=browse;value=ac.
A sermon, at the funeral solemnitie of the most high and mighty Prince Ferdinandus, the late Emperour of most famous memorye holden in the Cathedrall Churche of saint Paule in London, the third of October.
Made by the reuerend father in God, Edmund Grindall, bishop of London. Gringore, Pierre, ca. / [Anno domini. ]?key=author;page=browse;value=gr. 37 Memoirs include, Pitman, Henry, A Relation of the Great Sufferings and Strange Adventures of Henry Pitman, Chyrurgion to the late Duke of Monmouth () which describes the assize at Dorchester.
Pitman and his brother were transported and most of his book is about their adventures in the New :// Entries include publishing information as well as a description of the book. Unless otherwise stated, the book description is taken from the publisher’s website or the book jacket.
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Edmonds for the County of Suffolk, on the tenth day of March,before Sir Matthew Hale Kt., then Lord Chief Baron of His Majesties Court of Exchequer" See other formats TRYAL OF WITCHES, AT THE ASSIZES BURY ST.
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This Liberty Fund edition is reproduced from the fifth edition originally published by Little, Brown and Co. Proceedings at the Sessions of the Peace and Oyer and Terminer for the City of London Proceedings of the Army under the Command of Sir Thomas Fairfax Proceedings Votes Resolves and Acts of the Late Half-Quarter Parliament Proclamation Declaring His Maiesties Pleasure Concerning the Dissolving of the Present Convention of Web view.
Director of a Corporation of Thieves, and a most famous Receiver. Executed at Tyburn, 24th of May, Illustrations: Butler discovered under a tub by Jonathan Wild Jonathan Wild, Hitchin and a woman of the town entrapping a clergyman. Jonathan Wild on his way to Execution OF all the thieves that ever infested London this man was the most W.
C. Bolland The Book of Assizes, Cambridge Law Journal, vol. 2, page (). Description: A lecture delivered at the University of London, asking and answering the questions of why Pleas of the Crown and Assizes are combined in the same work, The Book of Assizes, and why such a work exists only for the reign of Edward