Reports of cases, 1590-1613.
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James Corker (1636-1715) converted to Roman Catholicism in his youth, and joined the English Benedictines at Lambspring in Hanover in 1656. Returning to England in 1665, he eventually became chaplain to Queen Catherine. Named by Titus Oates in the Popish Plot, Corker was imprisoned in Newgate until his acquittal in 1679. He was then reimprisoned, charged with high treason for accepting ordination as a Catholic priest, and condemned to death in 1680. Reprieved by Charles II, he was released from ...
Earl of Macclesfield prosecutes for the King as for himself upon the statute of Scandalum Magnatum. From the description of Judgments in the Court of Exchequer in the case of Earl of Macclesfield, plaintiff, v. Starkey, 1684 [manuscript], ca. 1690. (Folger Shakespeare Library). WorldCat record id: 642834348 ...