City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
England’s black tribunal: containing, I. The compleat tryal of King Charles the First, by the pretended High Court of Justice in Westminster-Hall, Begun Jan. 20, 1648. Together with His Majesty’s Speech on the Scaffold, Erected at White-Hall-Gate, on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1648. II. The loyal martyrology: Or, A perfect Relation of the Sufferings and Death of the Nobility, Gentry, and others, who were inhumanly Sacrific’d for their Loyalty to their Sovereigns King Charles I. and II. Together with their several Dying Speeches. III. An historical register of the Lords, Knights, and Gentlemen, who were slain in defence of their King and country, during the Unnatural Rebellion, begun in 1641. IV. The loyal confessors: In a Brief Account of the most Eminent Sufferers, by Imprisonment, Banishment, or in Estate, for the Cause of His Sacred Majesty.
London: Printed for J. Wilford and T. Jauncy., 1720.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Peter Van Tuyl||6/10/1800||6/10/1800||England's B Tribu|
|William M. Ross||6/24/1801||6/26/1801||Englands B Tribe|
|James Phillips||3/25/1805||4/2/1805||Englands B Tribunal|