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#The dying speeches of several excellent persons, who suffered for their zeal against popery, and arbitrary government viz. I. Mr. Stephen Colledg, at Oxford, August 31, 1681, II. The Lord Russel in Lincolns-Inn-fields, July 21, 1683, III. Col. Sidney, on Tower-Hill, December 7, 1683, IV. Col. Rumbald,# The dying speeches of several excellent persons, who suffered for their zeal against popery, and arbitrary government viz. I. Mr. Stephen Colledg, at Oxford, August 31, 1681, II. The Lord Russel in Lincolns-Inn-fields, July 21, 1683, III. Col. Sidney, on Tower-Hill, December 7, 1683, IV. Col. Rumbald,

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  1. 2004-05 TCP Assigned for keying and markup
  2. 2004-05 Apex CoVantage Keyed and coded from ProQuest page images
  3. 2004-06 Melanie Sanders Sampled and proofread
  4. 2004-06 Melanie Sanders Text and markup reviewed and edited
  5. 2004-07 pfs Batch review (QC) and XML conversion

##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. TO THE READER.

#####Body##### The Speech and Carriage of STEPHEN COLLEDGE, at Oxford before the the Castle, on Wednesday, August 3 _ The Speech and Carriage of STEPHEN COLLEDGE, at Oxford before the the Castle, on Wednesday, August 31, 1681. Taken exactly from his own Mouth at the place of Execution.

_ The SPEECH of the late Lord RUSSEL, to the Sheriffs: Together with the PAPER delivered by him to them, at the Place of Execution, on July 21. 1683.

  * The PAPER deliver'd to the SHERIFFS.

_ The very Copy of a Paper delivered to the Sheriffs, upon the Scaffold on Tower-Hill, on Friday December 7. 1683. By Algernon Sidney,Esq before his Execution there.

_ The Last Speech of Col. Richard Rumbold, at the Market-Cross of Edinburgh, with several things that passed at his Tryal, 26 June, 1685.

_ The Last Speech of Madam LISLE, Beheaded at Winchester, in September, 1685.

_ Some Passages of Henry Cornish,Esq before his Sufferings.

  * The Substance of Alderman Cornish's Speech at the Place of Execution, Octob. 23. 1685. taken by one of his Servants.

_ The SPEECH of Captain WALCOT, on Friday the 20th of July, 1683.

  * Captain Walcot's Prayer.

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