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Author: Samson, Thomas.
Title: The case of Thomas Samson, Gent. setting forth the horrible persecution and oppression he has undergone, only for appearing in the service of his king and countrey : most humbly dedicated to the Lords spiritual and temporal, and Commons in Parliament assembled.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The case of Thomas Samson, Gent. setting forth the horrible persecution and oppression he has undergone, only for appearing in the service of his king and countrey : most humbly dedicated to the Lords spiritual and temporal, and Commons in Parliament assembled.
Samson, Thomas.

[London: s.n., 1698]
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Contents
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THE TRYAL OF RICHARD LANGHORN, Esq;
Ʋpon Saturday the 14th. of June, 1679. at the Sessions in the Old-Bayley, London, the Court (accord∣ing to their adjournment the preceeding day) met and pro∣ceeded to the Trial of Richard Langhorn, Esq; in this manner.
Then the Petty Jury impannelled for this Trial, was called, the Prisoner put to his Challenges, but challenging none, the 12 Sworn were these.
Then Roger Belwood Esq; of Counsel for the King in this Cause, open'd the Indictment thus:
Then Sir Creswel Levins, one of his Majesties Learned Coun∣cil in the Law, opened the Charge thus: prout
The Lord Chief Justices Directions to the Jury against Mr. Langhorne,
Then Mr. Recorder gave the Judgment thus:
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