1684 King Charles I Trial & Execution Oliver Cromwell English Civil War Nalson

NALSON, John

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King Charles I of England was executed following the English Civil War, part of a conspiracy that led to the English throne being vacated in favor of the Council of State. The trial of King Charles resulted in numerous reports describing the events of the arrest, trial, and ultimate execution of the king. One such document was John Nalson’s “Journal of the High Court of Justice” which extensively describes the “treasonable offenses” and the “enslaving or destroying of the English nation” (p.2) of the king and pre-emptively giving authority to Oliver Cromwell and company.

 

This 1684 printing was published in London by Dring.

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1684 King Charles I Trial & Execution Oliver Cromwell English Civil War Nalson

 

King Charles I of England was executed following the English Civil War, part of a conspiracy that led to the English throne being vacated in favor of the Council of State. The trial of King Charles resulted in numerous reports describing the events of the arrest, trial, and ultimate execution of the king. One such document was John Nalson’s “Journal of the High Court of Justice” which extensively describes the “treasonable offenses” and the “enslaving or destroying of the English nation” (p.2) of the king and pre-emptively giving authority to Oliver Cromwell and company.

 

This 1684 printing was published in London by Dring.

 

Item number: #23381

Price: $950

 

NALSON, John

 

A true copy of the journal of the High Court of Justice, for the tryal of K. Charles I. as it was read in the House of Commons, and attested under the hand of Phelps

 

London: Printed by H.C. for Thomas Dring, 1684.

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • [10], LXX, [2], 128, [8]
  • References: Wing N 116;
  • Provenance:
    • Handwritten – Biddlestone Hall, 1949
    • Armorial bookplate – Walter Selby
      • The Selby family is a prominent and prolific family in the English gentry that originated in Selby, Yorkshire, but largely settled in Northumberland and County Durham. At various points through history, the family owned Biddlestone Hall and Twizell Castle in Northumberland in addition to the manor houses Ightham Mote in Kent and at Beal, Northumberland. The family had two baronetcies; the Selby and the Selby-Bigge but both are now extinct. Motto: SEMPER SAPIT SUPREMA
    • Bookplate – Colin Cope
    • Bookplate – Alan Morris
    • Handwritten – Selby
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Leather; secure
  • Size: ~12.75in X 8.75in (32cm x 21cm)

 

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23381

Categories

Military & War

European History

Authors

NALSON, John

Printing Date

17th Century

Language

English

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete