Title: RYE HOUSE PLOT, 1683. A comprehensive collection of State Trials & Reports, featuring the trial reports of the main conspirators in the Plot to assassinate Charles II and his brother James Stuart. Contains 11 trial reports and 8 other reports.
Description: Very Good Condition
Edition: Fourth Edition
Publisher:  Printed T. Wright, Essex Street, Strand; and Sold by G. Kearsley, No 46, near Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street, London. 1778
A collection of trials and reports separated from A Complete Collection of State Trials, not offprints or reprints. Large folio (10 x 16 inches). Printed in double columns. Contains : RYE HOUSE PLOT. An Antidote against Poison: Composed of some Remarks upon the Paper printed by the Direction of the Lady Russel, and mentioned to have been delivered by the Lord Russel to the Sheriffs at the Place of his Execution. By Sir Bartholomew Shower. 1683 : RYE HOUSE PLOT. Informations and Examinations, taken upon Oath before a Committee of the House of Lords, appointed to inspect who were the Advisers and Prosecutors of the Murders of the Lord Russell, Colonel Sidney, Sir Thomas Armstrong, Mr Cornish, and others; whereof a Report was made by the Right Honourable the Earl of Stamford, upon the 20th Day of December, 1689 : RYE HOUSE PLOT. The Trials of John Fernley, William Ring, Elizabeth Gaunt, and Henry Cornish Esq., at the Old Bailey, for High Treason, October 19, 1685 ALONG WITH The Trial of Charles Bateman, Surgeon, at the Old Bailey, for High Treason, December 9 1685 : RYE HOUSE PLOT. 6 Trial Reports & 6 Related Items. The Trial of Captain Thomas Walcot, at the Old Bailey, for High Treason, July 12 1683; The Trial of William Hone, July 12 1683; The Trial of Lord William Russel, July 13 1683; The Trial of John Rouse, July 13 1683; The Trial of William Blague, July 13 1683; The Execution of Captain Walcot, John Rouse, and William Hone, on Friday July 20 1683; A Defence of the late Lord Russel's Innocency. To which are prefix'd two Letters upon the Subject of his Lordship's Trial. By Sir Robert Atkyns, Kinight of the Bath; A Defence of the late Lord Russel's Innocency: By way of Answer or Confutation of a Libellous Pamphlet, intituled, An Antidote against Poison; The Magistracy and Government of England Vindicated. In Three Parts. By Sir Bartholomew Shower; The Lord Russel's Innocency further defended in answer to the Magistracy and Government vindicated; The Case of William Lord Russel, tried for High Treason, July 13 1683; The Trial of Colonel Algernon Sidney, at the King's Bench for High Treason, November 21 1683. 95 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: State Trials::Large Folio; Collections. Paperback