The pretended high court of justice unbowelled being a caveat for traytors, or, treason condemned and truth vindicated. With severall reasons presented to Oliver Cromwell, four days before the massacring of his Majesty proving the sad sentence passed upon his late sacred Majesty, the 27 of Ianuary 1648. unjust and contrary both to the law of God and these nations. Together with his Majesties speech to a precious jewel then sitting as one of his judges, though formerly a servant to his sacred Majestie. Never publish'd till this day of England's redemption.
printed for Thomas Hairman,
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