The Tryal of Colonel John Gerard, Mr. Peter Vowel, and Mr. Somerset Fox, before the high court of justice in VVestminster Hal on Fryday last. With the charge of high treason read and stated against them, by Mr. Attorney Generall Prideaux; and their speeches at the bar of justice, in answer thereunto. Likewise, the examination and confession of Mr. Wiseman, Mr. Day, Mr. Hudson, Mr. Charles Gerard, M. Wharton, and the rest of the witnesses; and their several depositions upon oath. As also the speech of the Attorney General, to the Lord President, and the rest of the court, proving the aforesaid gentlemen to be guilty of high treason, and fit to be made objects of justice. With the order of the court thereupon, and the bringing of them to their further tryal on Tuesday next.
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