The speech and declaration of John James, a weaver, in the press-yard, at Newgate, on Sunday last, to the Fifth-Monarchy-Men, and others; concerning his sermon preached at a private meeting in White-Chappel, taking his text out of the Psalms of David, whose words are here inserted. And the manner of his tryal before the Lord Chief Justice Foster, at the Kings-Bench in Westminster Hall; with the sentence pronounced against him to be drawn, hanged, and quartered, for preaching maliciously and traiterously against the life and safety of our soveraign lord the king, and against the peace and government of this realm
printed for George Horton,
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