The tryal of Edward Fitz-Harris, who was convicted at the Kings bench-bar in Westminster-Hall On the ninth of this instant June, 1681. For high treason, in conspiring the death of the King. And by several treasonable practices to subvert the government, with the several sercumstances that attended his tryal. As also the tryal of Oliver Plunket titular Arch Bishop of Dubling, who was tryed at the Kings bench-bar, and there found guilty of high treason the eighth instant.
Printed for Thomas Davis,
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