1679 Tryals & Condemnation of Thomas Whitebread Jesuit Popish Plot Charles II

WHITEBREAD, Thomas; et al.

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In 1679, English Jesuit Thomas Whitbread was wrongly accused and convicted of conspiring against Charles II to murder the king – a treason which has since become known as the Popish Plot. Shortly following his hanging at Tyburn, a work revealing the secrets of this event was published – ‘The Tryals and Condemnation’. This book followed the ministries and speeches carried about by Whitebread and the other Jesuit protesters who were executed that day including John Gavan, John Fenwick, William Harcourt, and Anthony Turner. Sadly, the king knew of the innocence of these men yet followed through with his execution plot.

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1679 Tryals & Condemnation of Thomas Whitebread Jesuit Popish Plot Charles II

 

In 1679, English Jesuit Thomas Whitbread was wrongly accused and convicted of conspiring against Charles II to murder the king – a treason which has since become known as the Popish Plot. Shortly following his hanging at Tyburn, a work revealing the secrets of this event was published – ‘The Tryals and Condemnation’. This book followed the ministries and speeches carried about by Whitebread and the other Jesuit protesters who were executed that day including John Gavan, John Fenwick, William Harcourt, and Anthony Turner. Sadly, the king knew of the innocence of these men yet followed through with his execution plot.

 

Item number: #4513

Price: $750

 

WHITEBREAD, Thomas; et al.

 

The Tryals and condemnation of Thomas White, alias Whitebread, provincial of the Jesuits in England, William Harcourt, pretended rector of London, John Fenwick, procurator for the Jesuits in England, John Gavan alias Gawen and Anthony Turner, all Jesuits and priests : for high treason, in conspiring the death of the King, the subversion of the government and protestant religion : at the Sessions in the Old-Bailey for London and Middlesex, on Friday and Saturday, being the 13th and 14th of June, 1679.

 

London : Printed for H. Hills, T. Parkhurst, J. Starkey, D. Newman, T. Cockeril, and T. Simmons, 1679.

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • [2], 1-92; 89-95, [1]
  • References: Wing T 2247; Lincoln’s Inn 1312; Hazlit 306; ESTC R 252961;
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Leather; tight & secure
  • Size: ~12.75in X 8in (32cm x 20.5cm)
  • Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide at present

 

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4513

Categories

European History

Religion

Authors

WHITEBREAD, Thomas; et al.

Printing Date

17th Century

Language

English

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete