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#England's black tribunall set forth in the triall of K. Charles I at a High Court of Justice at Westminster-Hall : together with his last speech when he was put to death on the scaffold, January 30, 1648 [i.e. 1649] : to which is added several dying speeches and manner of the putting to death of Earl of Strafford, Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, Duke Hamilton ...# England's black tribunall set forth in the triall of K. Charles I at a High Court of Justice at Westminster-Hall : together with his last speech when he was put to death on the scaffold, January 30, 1648 [i.e. 1649] : to which is added several dying speeches and manner of the putting to death of Earl of Strafford, Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, Duke Hamilton ...

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##Content Summary##

#####Front##### CHARLES. I. KING OF ENGLAND. &c.

  1. TO THE READER.

  2. A Table of the matters contained in this Book.

#####Body#####

  1. KING CHARLES HIS TRYALL: Began Saturday January 20th and ended January 27. 1648.

    _ An ACT. An Act of the Commons of England aſſembled in Parliament, for erecting of an High Court of Juſtice, for the Trying, and Judging of CHARLES STUART King of England.

    _ At the High-Court of Juſtice ſitting in Weſtminſter-Hall, Monday, Jan. 22. 1648.

    _ Reſolutions of the Court at their Meeting in the Painted Chamber. Lunae Jan. 22. 1648.

    _ At the High Court of Juſtice ſitting in Weſtminſter Hall, Tueſday, Jan. 23. 1648.

    _ Wedneſday, January 24. 1648.

    _ His Majeſties Reaſons againſt the pretended Jurisdiction of the High Court of Juſtice, which He intended to have delivered in writing on Monday, Jan. 22. 1648. but was not permitted.

    _ The Proceedings of the High Court of Juſtice ſitting in Weſtminſter-Hall, on Saturday the 27. of January, 1648.

    _ Ordered that Sir Hardreſs Waller, Coll. Harriſon, Com. General Ireton, Coll. Dean, and Coll Okey, are appointed a Committee to conſider of the time and place for the Execution of the King, according to his ſentence given by the high Court of Juſtice.

    _ Painted Chamber. Jan. 30. 1648.

    _ Other Paſſages relating to the Tryal and Execution of the King.

    _ A true Relation of the Kings Speech to the Lady Elizabeth and the Duke of Gloceſter, the Day before his Death.

    _ A Letter (worthy Peruſal) written by King CHARLES, to his Son the PRINCE, from Newport in the Iſle of Wight, Dated November, 29. 1648.

    _ AN ELEGIE On the Sufferings and Death OF K. Charles I. Englands Black Tribunall: THE SECOND PART: Set forth in the DYEING SPEECHES And manner of Putting to _ The Earl of Straffords Speech, or the concluſion of his Defence, before the Lord High Steward, and the reſt of the Lords ſitting in Weſtminſter Hall, April 12. 1641. Together with his Speech on the Scaffold immediately before his Execution on Tower-Hill, May 12. 1641.

    _ The Earl of Straffords Speech on the Scaffold immediately before his Execution on Tower-hill, May 12. 1641.

    _ The Satyrick Elegie upon the Execution of Maſter Nathaniel Tomkins, July the 5. 1643.

    _ Mr. Challenor his Confeſsion and ſpeech made upon the ladder before his Execution on Wedneſday the fifth of July 1643. in Corn-hill juſt againſt the Royal Exchange. Preſently after Mr. TOMKINS was Executed about tenne of the clock, Mr. CHALLENOR was carried from New-gate, accompanied with Mr. PETERS and ſome other Divines, and conducted by two Troops of Horſe to Corn-hill, where a Gibbet was erected againſt the Royal Exchange, about which was a Guard conſiſting of two of the Trained Bands. When he came to the place of Execution, being upon the Ladder (after many Teares of hearty Contrition) he ſpake as followeth.

    _ Sir Alexander Carew (Baronet) his Trial, together with his Speech upon the Scaffold on Tower-hill, immediately before his execution, on Munday Decemb. 23. 1644.

    _ Sir Alexander Carew's Speech on the Scaffold.

    _ Captain Hotham's Speech on the Scaffold on Tower-Hill immediately before his Execution, Wedneſday, January 1. 1644.

    _ Sir John Hotham's Speech on the Scaffold on Tower-hill, immediately before his Execution, Thurſday, January 2. 1644.

    _ The Speech or Sermon of the moſt Reverend Father in God, William Lord Archbiſhop of Canterbury, Immediately before his Execution on the Scaffold on Tower-Hill, January 10. 1644.

    • The Biſhop of Canterburies firſt prayer on the Scaffold.

    • The Arch-Biſhops laſt prayer on the Scaffold.

    _ The ſeverall Speeches of Duke Hamilton Earl of Cambridge, the Earl of Holland, and the Lord Capell, immediately before their execution upon the Scaffold in the Palace yard Westminſter, on Friday March 9. 1649.

    _ Henry Lord Rich, Earl of Holland, His Speech on the Scaffold, immediately before his Death, March 9. 1649.

    _ Arthur Lord Capel his Speech on the Scaffold, immediately before his death, March 9. 1649.

    _ A Relation, together with the ſpeech of Colonel John Morris lately Governour of Pomfret Caſtle, at the place of his Execution at York,Auguſt 23. 1649.

    • His Prayer.

    _ The Speech of Cornet Michael Blackburn immediately before his Death, Auguſt 23. 1649.

    _ The Speech of Colonel Euſebius Andrews immediately before his Execution on the Scaffold on Tower-hill, on Thurſday Auguſt 22. 1650. being attended on by D. Swadling.

    _ Sir Henry Hide's Speech on the Scaffold (near the Exchange) immediately before his execution, March 4. 1650.

    _ The ſpeech of James Earl of Derby upon the Scaffold at Bolton in Lancaſhire, together with his Deportment and prayer before his death, on Wedneſday the 15. day of October, 1651.

    • The ſentence of the Council of Warre.

    _ A True and Impartial Relation of the Death of Mr. John Gerhard, who was beheaded on Tower-hill, July 10. 1654.

    • His Speech.

    _ The laſt Speech of Mr. Peter Vowell, which he intended to have delivered (had he been permitted) upon Munday the tenth of July, 1654. (on which day he ſuffered death in the place where Charing-Croſs ſtood) as from the Original paper written with his own hand appeareth.

    _ The Speech of the Honourable Colonel Penruddock, the greateſt part whereof he delivered upon the Scaffold in Exon. Caſtle the

  2. day of May 1655. the whole he left with a Gentleman and friend of his, written with his own hand; which is as followeth. Together with the manner of his being beheaded.

    _ The Speech of that piouſly reſolved Hugh Grove of Chiſenbury in the pariſh of Enford and County of Wilts Eſquire, beheaded the

  3. day of May, 1655. in the Caſtle at Exon.

    _ The manner of the Execution of Sir Henry Slingsby on Tueſday the 8. of June, 1658. With the ſubſtance of his ſpeech before his Death.

    _ The manner of the Execution of John Hewet, D. D. on the ſame Scaffold, on Tueſday the ſame 8. of June 1658. with his ſpeech before his Death.

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