Treason -- England -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800. : The last speech and confession of Oliver Plunket, titular primate of Ireland; : with an account of his behavior in Newgate since his condemnation. And also of Edward Fitz-Harris, at their execution at Tyburn upon Fryday, July 1, 1681, for high-treason, in conspiring the death of the king, &c.
Treason -- England -- Humor -- Early works to 1800. : The two grand traytors lamentation: or, Strange news from the Tower of London : being the several speeches of Col. Hacker, with a discovery of his pocket-engines, and Col. John Barkstead, the late usurping lieutenant of His Majesties tower royal and magazines.
Treason -- England -- Songs and music -- Early works to 1800. : The lamentation of Englande: for the late treasons conspired against the Queenes Maiestie and the whole realme, by Franuces Throgmorton: who was executed for the same at Tyborne, on Friday being the tenth day of Iuly last past. 1584. To the tune of Weepe, weepe. : Pray pray and praise the Lord, whose wonderous works are seene: that brought to light the secret snare, laide lately for our Queene.
Treason -- France -- Early works to 1800. : A Warning to Great Britain and Ireland, against French perfidy and cruelty: or, A short account off the treacherous and inhuman conduct of the French officers and soldiers towards the peasants of Suabia, during the invasion of Germany in 1796. : Selected and translated from a well authenticated German Publication, by Anthony Aufr⥲e, Esq: with an address to the people of Great Britain and Ireland, By the Translator.