The tryal of Sir Henry Vane, Kt. at the Kings Bench, Westminster, June the 2d. and 6th, 1662 together with what he intended to have spoken the day of his sentence (June 11) for arrest of judgment (had he not been interrupted and over-ruled by the court) and his bill of exceptions : with other occasional speeches, &c. : also his speech and prayer, &c. on the scaffold.
Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662, defendant., England and Wales. Court of King's Bench.

The Names of the Grand Jury, in the Case of Sir Henry Vane.

SIr John Cropley of Clarkenwel, London, Knight and Baronet. Thomas Taylor of St. Martins in the Fields, London, Esq Francis Swift of St. Gyles in the Fields, Esq. Jonas Morley of Hammersmith, Gent. George Cooper of Covent Garden, Gent. Thomas Constable of Covent Gar∣den, Gent. Edward Burrows of East-Smithfield, Gent. Michael Dibbs of the same, Gent. Edward Gregory of St. Gyles in the Fields, Gent. Richard Freeman of Istington, Gent. Thomas Pitcock of the same, Gent. Richard Towers of Clarkenwel, Gent. Robert Vauce of Paddington, Gent. Thomas Benning of Wilsdon, Gent. Francis Child of Acton, Gent. Isaac Cotton of Bow, Gent. Peter Towers of Mile-end, Gent. Thomas Ʋffman of Hammersmith, Gent. Matthew Child of Kensington, Gent. Bryan Bon∣naby of Westminster, Gent. George Rouse of St. Gyles in the Fields, Gent. Twenty one in all.

The Names of the Petty Jury.

Sir William Roberts. Sir Christopher Abdy. John Leech. Daniel Cole. John Stone. Daniel Brown. Henry Carter. Thomas Chelsam. Thomas Pitts. Thomas Upman. Andrew Brent. William Smith.

Judges of the King's Bench.

Chief Justice Foster. Justice Mallet. Justice Twisden. Justice Windham.

The Kings Counsel against the Prisoner; (no Counsel being permi∣ted to speake one word in his behalf, to the matter or form of the Indictment, or any thing else.)

Sir Geoffry Palmer, the King's Attorney General. Sir Henneage Fynch, the King's Sollicitor General. Sir John Glyn. Sir John Maynard. Sir William Wild. Serjeant Keeling.

Witnesses against Sir Henry Vane.

Marsh, a Papist, 'tis said; who witnessed what was accounted most dangerous against the Prisoner, as to change of Government.

William Dobbins. Mathew Lock. Thomas Pury. Thomas Wallis. John Coot.