Catalog Record: The proceedings in the House of commons, touching the impeachment of Edward, late earl of Clarendon, lord high-chancellour of England, anno 1667. With the many debates and speeches in the House. The impeachment exhibited against him. His petition in answer thereto. As also the several weighty arguments concerning the nature of treason, bribery &c | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The proceedings in the House of commons, touching the impeachment of Edward, late earl of Clarendon, lord high-chancellour of England, anno 1667. With the many debates and speeches in the House. The impeachment exhibited against him. His petition in answer thereto. As also the several weighty arguments concerning the nature of treason, bribery &c. By Serj. Maynard, Sir Ed. S., Sir T. L. ... and other Members of that Parliament. Together, with the articles of high-treason exhibited against the said earl, by the Earl of Bristol in the House of lords on the 10th of July, 1663. With the opinion of all the learned judges therein.

Corporate Author: Great Britain.
Language(s): English
Published: [London] 1700.
Edition: 2d ed. carefully cor.
Subjects: Clarendon, Edward Hyde, > Earl of, > 1609-1674.
Great Britain > History > Charles II, 1660-1685
Physical Description: 4 p.l., 166 p. 17 cm.
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