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Author: Oates, Titus, 1649-1705.
Title: The second part of the Display of tyranny; or Remarks upon the illegal and arbitrary proceedings in the Courts of Westminster, and Guild-Hall London. From the year, 1678. to the abdication of the late King James, in the year 1688. In which time, the rule was, quod principi placuis, lex esto.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The second part of the Display of tyranny; or Remarks upon the illegal and arbitrary proceedings in the Courts of Westminster, and Guild-Hall London. From the year, 1678. to the abdication of the late King James, in the year 1688. In which time, the rule was, quod principi placuis, lex esto.
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705.

[London]: Printed, anno Anglia salutis secundo, 1690. Sold by book-sellers in London and Westminster, [1690]
Alternate titles: Display of tyranny. Part 2 Remarks upon the illegal and arbitrary proceedings in the Courts of Westminster and Guild-Hall London.
Notes:
Anonymous. By Titus Oates.
A sequel to: Oates, Titus. A display of tyranny.
With contents, and errata at foot of p. 340.
Each chapter headed by a caption title.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
James, -- II, -- King of England, -- 1633-1701 -- Early works to 1800.
Popish Plot, 1678 -- Early works to 1800.
Trials (Treason) -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- History -- Restoration, 1660-1688 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A53494.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO The Eminently Deserving and Highly Honoured Sr Samuel Barnardiston, Baronet.
To the Publick-Spirited READER.
The CONTENTS.
REMARKS Upon the Tryal of Mr Lau∣rence Braddon, & Mr Hugh Speke; Upon an Informa∣tion, about the matter of the Murder, of the late Right Honourable Arthur Earl of Essex.
An Abstract of some material Proofs which have been made in Rela∣tion to the Death of the Earl of Essex.
First for disproof of the Earl's Self-Murder.
Secondly, For the previous Reports be∣fore my Lords death.
Secondly, What passed the day my Lord Dyed.
Thirdly and lastly, What passed after the day of my Lords Death.
REMARKS Upon the Proceedings in the Case of Edward Fitz-Har∣ris Esq: in the Court of Kings-Bench, in the Year 1681.
An Abstract of the Examination of Edward Fitz-Harris, relating to the Popish Plot, taken the 10th of March, 1680. by Sr Robert Clayton and Sr George Treby.
Remarks upon the Tryal of Mrs Elizabeth Gaunt at the Old-Bayly, London, upon the 19th day of October, 1685.
Postscript.
Remarks upon the Tryal of Mr Jo∣seph Hayes, at the King's Beath upon an Indictment of high Trea∣son, for corresponding with Sr Thomas Armstrong.
Remarks upon the Tryal of Mr Charles Bateman, at the Old-Bayly, Upon the 9th day of December 1685, before the Lord Chief Justice Herbert, &c.
Remarks upon the Tryal of the Right Honourable Henry Lord. Delamere, upon the 14th Day of January 1685. Before the Lord Jeffryes, Lord High Steward on that occasion.
Heads of some Informations and Ex∣aminations, taken upon Oath be∣fore a Committee of the House of Lords, appointed to inspect, Who were the Advisers and Prosecutors of the Murders of the Lord Russell, Colonel Sidney, Sr Thomas Arm∣strong, Mr Cornish & others; And who were Advisers of issuing Quo Warranto's against Corporations; & who were Assertors of the dispensing Power; whereof a Report was made, by the Right honourable the Earl of Stamford, upon the 20th day of December, 1689.
A Memorial of the Numbers of Charters, Dispensations and Par∣dons, passed, between October 1682, and the time of the late King's Abdication.
Copies of some Papers mentioned in, or relating to the forgoing Informations.
Copy of the Paper, mentioned in the preceding Informations, was wrote by King Charles the se∣conds's own hand; who imposed upon the Duke of Monmouth, to transcribe and sign it.
Copy of a Paper delivered to the Lord Keeper North, the Lord Chief Justice Jeffryes and the Attorney General; by the Lady Armstrong, on behalf of her Husband, Sr Thomas Armstrong.
The Names of the London Grand-Jury returned, July 1683. When the Con∣spirators had decreed the Murdering my Lord Russell.
The Pannel of Jurors pick'd for the Tryal of my Lord Russell, in July 1683.
Colman-Street-Ward.
Tower-Ward.
Algate-Ward.
Billingsgate-Ward.
Breadstreet-Ward.
Dowgate-Ward.
Ward of Bishops∣gate within.
Bridge-Ward.
Candlewick-Ward.
Limestreet-Ward.
Walbrooke-Ward.
Langborne-Ward.
Cripplegate-Ward.
Ward of Farring∣don within.
Ward of Farring∣don without.
Ward of Alders∣gate within.
Ward of Alders∣gate without.
Cordwayner-Ward.
Ʋnity-Ward.
Ward of Castle∣baynard.
The Names of the Grand-Jury at the Sessions the 14th of October, 1685. when the Conspirators had resolved to Murder Alderman Cornish and Mrs Gaunt.
The Pannel of Jurors for the Tryal of Alderman Cornish, in October 1685. returned out of most of the Wards of the City, by the parti∣cular care of Sr. Benjamin Thorow∣goed, in regard that Mr Cornish had been one of his Predecessors, (See this page 289.)
The Pannel of Jurors returned for the Tryal of the Honourable Colonel Sidney.
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Errata's.