The speech of Collonel Malcomb Rogers (agent for the King of Scots) at the same place of execution at Edenborough in Scotland, where the Earl of Montross lost his life, for his raising of forces against the English, in the name and defence of his masters prerogatives. With the manner of his tryal before the officers of the army; the articles and charge, read, and exhibited against him by the judge advocate, the fatal sentence pronounced at the bar of justice; and a narrative of the transactions of the whole business.
Printed for George Horton,
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