EBBA ID: 34433

Houghton Library - Bute 3.38
 
A Full Description of / The Manner of Executing the Sentence upon / Titus Oats FOR Perjury, / As it was Awarded at the Kings-Bench-Bar at Westminster, May the 16th. 1685. as follows. To be divested / of his Canonical Habit for ever; to wear a Paper on his Fore-head, declaring his Horrid Perjuries; to stand / in the Pillory on Monday at Westminster-Hall-Gate; on Tuesday at the Royal-Exchange; on Wednesday to be / Whipt from Ald gate to New-gate by the common Hang-man; on Fryday from New-gate to Tyburn; and / to stand in the Pillory also every 24th. of April at Tyburn; every 9th. of August at Westminster, 10th of Au- / gust at Charing Cross, 11th of August at Temple-Bar; and every 2d of September at the Royal-Exchange; being / Fined One Thousand Marks for each Perjury, and to suffer Imprisonment during Life.
Date Published 1685
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Imprint LONDON, Printed for Tho. Graves, 1685.
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Collection Houghton Library - Bute
Page 3.38
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Shelfmark EB65.A100.B675b v.3 no.B38
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Title A Full Description of / The Manner of Executing the Sentence upon / Titus Oats FOR Perjury, / As it was Awarded at the Kings-Bench-Bar at Westminster, May the 16th. 1685. as follows. To be divested / of his Canonical Habit for ever; to wear a Paper on his Fore-head, declaring his Horrid Perjuries; to stand / in the Pillory on Monday at Westminster-Hall-Gate; on Tuesday at the Royal-Exchange; on Wednesday to be / Whipt from Ald gate to New-gate by the common Hang-man; on Fryday from New-gate to Tyburn; and / to stand in the Pillory also every 24th. of April at Tyburn; every 9th. of August at Westminster, 10th of Au- / gust at Charing Cross, 11th of August at Temple-Bar; and every 2d of September at the Royal-Exchange; being / Fined One Thousand Marks for each Perjury, and to suffer Imprisonment during Life.
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First Lines HEre Gentle Reader, thou mayst cast thy Eye, / And see the Due Reward of Perjury.
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