|Author:||Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679.|
|Title:||Mr. Langhorn's memoires, with some meditations and devotions of his, during his imprisonment as also his petition to His Majesty, and his speech at his execution.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Mr. Langhorn's memoires, with some meditations and devotions of his, during his imprisonment as also his petition to His Majesty, and his speech at his execution.
Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679.
[London?: s.n.], 1679.
A collection of trials dealing chiefly with the Popish plot.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Langhorne, Richard, -- 1654-1679.
Popish Plot, 1678.
The Affections of my SOUL, after Judg∣ment given against me in a Court of Justice, upon the Evidence of False Witnesses.
Acts of Resignation, Thanksgiving, FAITH, HOPE, and LOVE.
Several Acts of my SOUL, upon the last words of our blessed JESUS.
The several Circumstances of the Passion of our Lord, Accompanying my Death, by which he vouchsafes to grace me, a poor Sinner, and to refresh my memory, in relation to his blessed Merits.
To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty. The Humble PETITION of Richard Langborne, A Prisoner Condemned in the Gaol of Newgate.
THE SPEECH OF Richard Langhorne Esq At his EXECUTION, July 14. 1679. Being left in Writing by him under his own Hand.
account of execution