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OF

State Trials

477.

AND —

PROCEEDINGS FOR HIGH TREASON AND OTHER
CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS

FROM THE

EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE YEAR 1783,
WITH NOTES AND OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS:

COMPILED BY

T. B. HOWELL, Esq. F.R.S. F.S.A.

INCLUDING,

IN ADDITION TO THE WHOLE OP THE MATTER CONTAINED IN THE

FOLIO EDITION OF HARGRAVE,

UPWARDS OP TWO HUNDRED CASES NEVER BEFORE COLLECTED J
TO WHICH IS SUBJOINED

A Table Of Parallel Reference,

RENDERING THIS EDITION APPLICABLE TO THOSE BOOKS OP AUTHORITY IN
WHICH REFERENCES ARE MADE TO THE FOLIO EDITION.

IN TWENTY-ONE VOLUMES.
VOL. III.

3—16 CHARLES 1 1627—1640.

LONDON:"

Printed by T. C. Hansard, Peterborough-Court, FleetStnet:

FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, Akd BROWN; J. M. RICHARDSON;
BLACK, PARBURY, And ALLEN; BALDWIN, CRADOCK, And JOY;
E. JEFFERY; J. HATCHARD; R. H. EVANS; J. BOOKER; E. LLOYD;
J. BOOTH; BUDD And CALKIN; AND T. C. HANSARD.

1816.

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134. Proceedings against Mr. Richard Chambers, in the Star-Chamber, for

seditious Speeches before the Privy-Council, 1629 - 374

135. Proceedings in the Star-Chamber against Dr. Alexander Leighton, for

a Libel, 1030 083

13G. Proceedings in the Star-Chamber against the Earl of Bedford, the Earl

of Clare, the Earl of Somerset, Sir Robert Cotton, John Selden,

esq. Oliver St. John, esq. and Others, for publishing a seditious and

scandalous Writing, 1630 ------- 3S7

137. The Trial of Mervin Lord Aldley, Earl of Castlehaven, for a Rape and

Sodomy, 1631 - - - 402

138. The Trial of Lawrence Fitz-patrick and Giles Broadway, two Servants

of the before mentioned Lord Audley, Earl of Castlehaven, at the

King's-Bench, for a Rape and Sodomy, 1631 ----- 41!'

139. The Trial of James Lord Uchiltrie, for Calumnies and slanderous

Speeches against James Marquis of Hamilton, and the Earls of Had-

dington, Roxburgh, and Buccleugh; tending to the sowing of Sedition

betwixt his Majesty and the said Noblemen at Edinburgh, 1631 - 428

140. Proceedings in the Court of Chivalry, on an Appeal of High Treason:

by Donald Lord Rra, against Mr. David Ramsey, 1631 - - - 4S3

141. Proceedings in the Star-Chamb"r against Henry Siierfield, esq. Re-

corder of Salisbury, for breaking a painted Glass-Window in the

Church of St. Edmonds in the said City, 1032 .... M£>

142. Proceedings against Wm. Prynn, esq. in the Star-Chamber, for writing

and publishing a Book intitled, " Histrio-mastix, or a Scourge for

"Stage-Players," &c. and also against Michael Sparkes, for print-

ing, and against William Blckner, for licensing the said Book, 1032-3 562

143. Proceedings in the Star-Chamber against Sir David Fowlis, Sir Thomas

Layton, and Henry Fowlis, esq. on a Charge of opposing the King's

Service, and traducing his Officers of State, 1033 - 5S6

144. The Trial of John Lord Balmerino, in Scotland, for a Libel, 1034 - 591

145. Proceedings in the Star-Chamber against Dr. John Bastwick, Mr.

Henry Burton, and William Prynn, esq. for several Libels, 1037 - 711

140. Proceedings in the Star-Chamber against Dr. John Williams, Bishop of

Lincoln, for publishing false News and Tales to the Scandal of his

Majesty's Government; for revealing Counsels of State contrary to

his Oath of a Privy Counsellor; and for tampering with the King's

Witnesses, 1037 [N.] 770
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Hampden, esq. in the Exchequer, 1637 ------ S20

The First Writ for Ship Money 330

The King's Letter to the Judges 34.2

The Answer of the Judges ------- 34,4

The King, versus John Hampden, in the Case of Ship Money - 846

The First Day's Argument of Mr. St. John, on behalf of Mr.

Hampden, before all the Judges in the Exchequer Chamber - 856

The Second Day's Argument of Mr. St. John - goo'

The First Day's Argument of Sir Edward Littleton, knt. his

Majesty's Solicitor General, on behalf of his Majesty - - 923

The Second Day's Argument of Sir Edward Littleton - 93b"

The Third Day's Argument of Sir Edward Littleton. - 050

The First Day's Argument of Mr. Holborne on behalf Mr. Hampden 903

The Second Day's Argument of Mr. Holborne - 976

The Third Day's Argument of Mr. Holborne .... 939

The Fourth Day's Argument of Mr. Holborne - 1000

The First Day's Argument of Sir John Banks, knt. his Majesty's

Attorney General, on behalf of his Majesty - 1014

The Second Day's Argument of Sir John Banks - - - - 1032

The Third Day's Argument of Sir John Banks - - - - 1051

The Argument of Sir Francis Weston, one of the Barons of the

Exchequer ---------- 106,5

The Argument of Sir Edward Crawley, knt. one of the Justices of

the Court of Common Pleas ------- 107S

The Argument of Sir Robert Berkley, one of the Justices of the

Court of King's Bench IOS7

The Opinion of Sir George Vernon, one of the Justices of the Court

of Common Pleas -------- 1125

A few Notes of the Argument of Sir Thomas Trevor, one of the

Barons of the Court of Exchequer ------ 1125

The Argument of Sir George Crooke, one of the Justices of the

Court of King's Bench 1127

The Argument of Sir George Crooke, as it was presented to the

King 1140

The Argument of Sir William Jones, one of the Justices of the

Court of King's Bench 1181

The Argument of Sir Richard Hutton, one of the Justices of the

Court of Common Pleas - - - - - - 1191

The Opinion of Sir John Denham, one of the Barons of the

Exchequer ---------- 1201

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