The sentence of Samuel Johnson at the Kings-Bench-Barr at Westminster, on Tuesday the 16th. of November, 1686. Who was convicted the last term for a high-misdemeanor, in writing and publishing two false, scandalous, and seditious libels, tending to sedition and rebellion. The first intituled an humble and hearty address to the gentlemen and Protestants in the present army, &c. The second intituled: The opinion is this, that resistance may be used, in case our rites and priviledges shall be invaded, &c.
printed by D. Mallet, next door to Mr. Shipton's Coffee-House near Fleet-Bridge,
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