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Author: Gogor, William, d. 1681.
Title: The late speech and testimony of William Gogor, one of the three desperate and incorrigible traytors executed at the Grass Mercat in Edinburgh, the eleventh day of March, 1681. for disowning His Sacred Majesties authority ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The late speech and testimony of William Gogor, one of the three desperate and incorrigible traytors executed at the Grass Mercat in Edinburgh, the eleventh day of March, 1681. for disowning His Sacred Majesties authority ...
Gogor, William, d. 1681.

London,: Reprinted for John Smith, in Great Queen-Street, [1681].
Subject terms:
Gogor, William, d. 1681.
Cargill, Donald, 1619?-1681.
Covenanters -- Early works to 1800.
Last words -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800.
Broadsides -- England -- London -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B03461.0001.001

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THE LATE SPEECH and TESTIMONY OF William Gogor, One of the three desperate and incorrigible Traytors, Executed at the Grass-Mercat in Edinburgh, the eleventh day of March, 1681. for disowning His Sacred Majesties Authority; and owning and adhering to these Bloody and Murdering Prin∣ciples, contained in that Execrable Declaration at Sanquhar Cargils Traiterous Covenant, and Sacrilegious Excommuni∣cating of the KING, by that Arch-Traytor Cargil, and avowing of themselves to bè bound in Conscience, and by their Covenant to MƲRTHER the KING, and all that Serve under Him; being Armed (the time they were Apprehended) for that purpose.
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