EBBA ID: 31479

British Library - Roxburghe 3.796
 
A Terror for TRAITORS / Or, Treason Justly punished. / [Be]ing a Relation of a Damn'd Conspiracy against the life of the King, and the Subversion of the Government, hatch'd and contrived by ill- / affected Persons, namely, Captain Thomas Walcot, William Hone, and John Rouse, who were drawn, hand'd, and quarter'd, for High-Trea- / son, on Friday the 20. of this instant July: As also, the Lord Russel, who was beheaded in Lincolms-Inn-fields, on the 21.of the same Mo- / neth, whose Fatal and deserved Punishments, may be a Warning for all others to avoid the like Crimes.
Date Published 1671-1702 ?
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 3.796
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Shelfmark C.20.f.9.796
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Title A Terror for TRAITORS / Or, Treason Justly punished. / [Be]ing a Relation of a Damn'd Conspiracy against the life of the King, and the Subversion of the Government, hatch'd and contrived by ill- / affected Persons, namely, Captain Thomas Walcot, William Hone, and John Rouse, who were drawn, hand'd, and quarter'd, for High-Trea- / son, on Friday the 20. of this instant July: As also, the Lord Russel, who was beheaded in Lincolms-Inn-fields, on the 21.of the same Mo- / neth, whose Fatal and deserved Punishments, may be a Warning for all others to avoid the like Crimes.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Digby's Fare-well, Or, On the bank of a River, &c.
First Lines YOu Traytors of England how dare you Conspire, / Against such a Prince whose love we admire?
Refrain O Russel you plotted against a good King. / Whose fame through all Nations in AEurope doth Reign. [with variation]
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