#The tryal and process of high-treason and doom of forfaulture against Mr. Robert Baillie of Jerviswood traitor by His Majesties special command ...#
##Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691.## The tryal and process of high-treason and doom of forfaulture against Mr. Robert Baillie of Jerviswood traitor by His Majesties special command ... Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691.
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The Tryal and Proceſs of High-Treaſon, and Doom of Forefaulture againſt Mr. Robert Baillie of Jerviſwood Traitor.
_ Mr. Robert Baillie of Jerviſwood Priſoner Purſuers.Sir George Mckenzie of Roſhaugh Our Soveraign Lords AdvocatSir George LockhartSir John LaudTHE Pannals Procurators produced ane Act of His Majeſties Privy Council, in their favours, whereof tAFter reading of the Inditement; the Lord Juſtice General required the Pannal to make anſwer thereto _ Asſiſa. THe Aſſiſe lawfully Sworn, no Objection of the Law in the contrary.HIs Majeſties Advocat for ProbatiWAlter Earl of Tarras, aged fourty years, married, purged, and ſworn; being Interrogat, if about theALexander Monro of Bear-crofts, Aged fourty five Years, or thereby; ſolutus, ſolemnly ſworn and purgJAmes Murray of Philiphaugh, aged 30. Years, married, purged and ſworn, produces ſour Leaves of DepoHƲgh Scot of Gallowſheils, aged 36. Years, married, purged, &c. and ſworn. Depons, That the Earl of HIs Majeſties Advocat produc'd other Depoſitions, emitted by Gallowſheils before the Lords of the SeEdinburgh,the 14 of September 1684.GAllowſheils Depons, that the E. of Tarras and Philiphaugh, beingEdinburgh, October 29. 1684.Sederunt. Lord Chancellour.Lord Secretary.Lord Preſident.Lord Advocat.THEdinburgh, December 23. 1684.HƲgh Scot of Gallowſheils being ſolemnly Sworn in preſence of the JuſtiHIs Majeſties Advocat in fortification of the former Probation, adduces the Printed Copy of Mr. WillSIr William Paterſon, and Mr. Colin Mckenzie, Clerks of His Majeſties Privy Council being Interrogat _ THe Depoſition of Mr. William Carſtares, when he was Examined before the Lords of Secret Committee, given in by him, and renewed upon Oath; upon the 22. of December 1684. in preſence of the Lords of His Majeſties Privy Council. Edinburgh Caſtle18 September 1684.MR. William Carſtares being again Examined, adheres to his former HIs Majeſties Advocat for further probation, adduces the Examinations of Mr, Shepard, taken before S _ THe Examination of Thomas Shepard of London Merchant, taken upon Oath before the Right Honourable Sir Leolin Jenkins Knight, His Majeſties Paincipal Secretary of State, the 23. day of December. 1683.
_ THe Information of Zachary Bourn of London, Brewer, taken upon Oath, the tenth day of December 1683. before the Right honourable Mr. Secretary Jenkins. HIs Majeſties Advocate likewiſe produced ſeveral Warrands, and Papers to prove, that thoſe Depoſitio _ His Majeſties Advocat's Speech to the Inqueſt. THereafter the Lords Ordained the Aſſize to incloſe, and return their Verdict to morrow by Nine a ClEdinburgh,December 24. 1684.THe ſaid day, The Perſons who paſt upon the Aſſie of Mr. Robert Baillie AFter opening and reading of the which verdict of Aſſyze▪ The Lords, Juſtice General, Juſtice Clerk,In purſuance of which Sentence, His Majeſties Heraulds, and Purſevants, with their Coats diſplay'd ( Types of content
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