|Author:||Steele, William, d. 1680.|
|Title:||Duke Hamilton Earl of Cambridge his case,: spoken to, and argued on the behalf of the Commonwealth, before the High Court of Justice. By Mr. Steel of Grays-Inn.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Duke Hamilton Earl of Cambridge his case,: spoken to, and argued on the behalf of the Commonwealth, before the High Court of Justice. By Mr. Steel of Grays-Inn.
Steele, William, d. 1680.
London: Printed for Francis Tyton, at the Three Daggers near the Inner Temple-Gate, Fleetstreet, 1649.
Trials (Treason) -- England
Great Britain -- History
Hamilton, James Hamilton, -- Duke of, -- 1606-1649.
Mr. Steel's Speech before the High Court of JUSTICE, upon occasion of the first coming of the Earl of Cambridge to the Bar, February 9. 1648.
The Plea of Iames Earl of Cambridge, whereby (as he alleaged) he was not to be tryed for Treason within this Kingdom.
THE ARGUMENT of Mr. Steel, On the behalf of the COMMON-VVEALTH, Touching the matter of Law in the CASE of the Earl of CAMBRIDGE.
Reader, Correct with thy pen these following slips.