The traytors rewarded, or, The execution and confession of Edward Fitz Harris and Oliver Plunket, two notorious traytors, who were drawn to Tyburn on sledges, and there executed on the first of this instant July, 1681 for contriving, and trayterously carrying on the late hellish plot, by not only devising to destroy the life of his Majesty, but to deliver up these kingdoms to a forreign power, &c [electronic resource]

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Corporate Author: England and Wales. Court of King's Bench
Other Authors: Fitzharris, Edward, 1648?-1681 (Defendant)
Other title:Traytors rewarded.
Traytors rewarded.
Execution and confession of Edward Fitz Harris and Oliver Plunket.
Traitors rewarded.
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HeinOnline history of capital punishment.
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: London : Printed for Richard Hill, 1681.
Physical Description:1 online resource (4 pages)