This volume containinge the proceedings of Parliament against Thomas Wentworth Earle of Strafford : Together with his tryall wherein is discovered the whole course of his government, his execution, and his end. [ca. 1641]

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Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641,. This volume containinge the proceedings of Parliament against Thomas Wentworth Earle of Strafford : Together with his tryall wherein is discovered the whole course of his government, his execution, and his end.

This volume containinge the proceedings of Parliament against Thomas Wentworth Earle of Strafford : Together with his tryall wherein is discovered the whole course of his government, his execution, and his end. [ca. 1641]

Mostly manuscript volume of parliamentary proceedings against Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford. Written throughout in a neat italic hand, possibly trying to imitate the look of a printed page, the volume also contains 16 pages of printed material, primarily printed speeches. There is a table of contents at the front of the volume, but not all of the items listed are actually included in the volume. The paging is irregular, which hints at the missing sections listed in the contents being physically lost or removed.

[314] p. in various pagings, bound ; 19 cm.

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