A short declaration of the ende of traytors, and false conspirators against the state & of the duetie of subiectes to theyr soueraigne gouernour: and wythall, howe necessarie, lawes and execution of iustice are, for the preseruation of the prince and common wealth. Wherein are also breefely touched, sundry offences of the S. Queene, co[m]mitted against the crowne of this land, & the manner of the honorable proceding for her conuiction thereof, and also the reasons & causes alledged & allowed in Parliament, why it was thought dangerous to the state, if she should haue liued. Published by Richard Crompton, an apprentice of the common lawes. Seene and allowed.
|Main Author:||Crompton, Richard, fl. 1573-1599.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
At London :
Printed by I. Charlewood, for Thomas Gubbins, and Thomas Newman,
Early English books online.
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