Apres Ter. Trin. Anno 37. Eliz. le case ensuant fuit move devant les deux chief

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Common Pleas
Judgment Date01 January 1665
Date01 January 1665

English Reports Citation: 123 E.R. 516


Apres Ter. Trin. Anno 37. Eliz. le case ensuant fuit move devant les deux chief

II. Aprea Ter. Trin. anno 37. Eliz. ib case enauant fuit move devant lea deux chief Justices le Master de le Rolls, Baron Ewyns & Baron Clerke, per commandment. Le casa fuit que divers Prentises de London & Southwarke, fuerunt commytts a garde pur Ryota et pur fesana de proclamations concernant lea prises de vytails : ascun de queux fuerunt aiudge en le Starr Chamber d'estre myse sur le pillor & whipp: apres quel divers anters prentises & un Grant de Woxbridge con-[5]-apire ensemble a toller & deliver ceux prentises hors de gard a tuer le Mayor de London, arser son meae, & da enfreinder deux meaens nere a le Towre ou fuerunt divers weapons & arms pur 300. persons & la de furnish eux de ceo : apres quel divers de les prentiaea devise libella movant autera de prende part en ceux lour devises & de assembler a Bun-hill & Tower-hill, accordant a quel divers de eux assemble a Bun-hill & 300. a Tower, ou ils avoint Trumpet & un que tient sur un powle vn cloke en Hew de vn Flagge et en alant vers le meae le Mayor les vicounts & le Swordbearer de London oue auters offer a resist; encounter queux ceux prentises efferent force & violence ; sur ceo matter si ceo fuit Treson ou...

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