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CHARLES I, King of England (1600--1649)
The trials of Charles the First, and of some of the regicides: with biographies of Bradshaw, Ireton, Harrison, and others. And with notes.
London: John Murray, 1832.
xi, [1], 338 p., frontis., [3] pl. (2 fold.) ; 15.3 cm. (8º)

Anonymous; perhaps edited by W.D. Fellowes who was the author of an earlier work published by Murray in 1828 on the same subject. Forms no. XXXI of Murray's (later Tegg's) 'Family Library'. Charles I was tried for treason before the high court of justice in January, 1649. The regicides Thomas Harrison and Hugh Peters were tried for treason at the Old Bailey, October, 1660.

Copy Notes Tipped onto the front free-endpaper as issued is a printed 4-pp. insert dated June 1832 (q.v.). Bookseller's label on first pastedown reading 'Sold by T. & W. Boone'.

Binding Publisher's grey cloth with title printed on upper cover: 'The Family Library. No. XXXI. The Trial of Charles I., and of Some of the Regicides, &c. ... Price Five Shillings'; and list of titles on lower cover; spine with printed series title 'Trial of Charles I &c. ... Family Library. No. XXXI'.

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