|Title:||Animadversions upon the speech of William (late) Viscount Stafford on the scaffold on Tower-Hill, immediately before his execution, upon Wednesday, December, 1680 : plainly laying open the falacy of all his asseverations of his innocency : published to prevent the deceiving of Protestants.|
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Animadversions upon the speech of William (late) Viscount Stafford on the scaffold on Tower-Hill, immediately before his execution, upon Wednesday, December, 1680 : plainly laying open the falacy of all his asseverations of his innocency : published to prevent the deceiving of Protestants.
London: Printed for Richard Baldwin ..., MDCLXXXI 
Reproduction of original in the Trinity College Library, Cambridge University.
Stafford, William Howard, -- Viscount, -- 1614-1680. -- Speech of William Howard, late Lord Viscount Stafford, upon the scaffold on Tower-Hill.
Popish Plot, 1678.
ANIMADVERSIONS ON THE LAST SPEECH OF William Viscount Stafford WHO WAS BEHEADED ON TOWER-HILL, FOR HIGH TREASON In Conspiring the Death of the King, &c. on Wednesday, December 29th. 1680.