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Author: Penruddock, John, 1619-1655.
Title: The triall of the honourable Colonel Iohn Penruddock of Compton in Wiltshire, and his speech:: vvhich he delivered the day before he was beheaded in the castle of Exon, being the 16. day of May 1655. to a gent. whom he desired to publish them after his death. Together with his prayer upon the scaffold, and the last letter he received from his vertuous lady, with his answer to the same. Also the speech of that piously resolved gent. Hugh Grove of Chisenbury in the parish of Enford, and County of Wilts, Esq; beheaded there the same day.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The triall of the honourable Colonel Iohn Penruddock of Compton in Wiltshire, and his speech:: vvhich he delivered the day before he was beheaded in the castle of Exon, being the 16. day of May 1655. to a gent. whom he desired to publish them after his death. Together with his prayer upon the scaffold, and the last letter he received from his vertuous lady, with his answer to the same. Also the speech of that piously resolved gent. Hugh Grove of Chisenbury in the parish of Enford, and County of Wilts, Esq; beheaded there the same day.
Penruddock, John, 1619-1655., Grove, Hugh, d. 1655.

[London]: Printed by order of the Gent. intrusted, 1655.
Subject terms:
Executions and executioners -- England
Royalists -- History -- England
Great Britain -- History
Charles -- King of England, -- 1630-1685
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90439.0001.001

Contents
title page
trial proceedings
proceedings
Mrs. Penruddocks last letter to her ho∣nourable and dear Husband.
The last letter from the honourable Colonel Penruddock, in answer to his ver∣tuous Lady.
The Speech of the Honourable Colonell Penruddock, the greatest part whereof he delivered upon the Scaffold in Exon Castle the 16. day of May 1655. the whole he left with a Gent. and friend of his, written with his own hand; which is as followeth.
The Speech of that piously resolved. Hugh Grove of Chassenbury in the parish of Enford and County of Wilts Esquire, beheaded the 16. day of May, 1655. in the Castle at Exon.