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Context of The triall of Henry Carr, gent, at the Guild-Hall of the city of London, the 2d day of July, 1680 : upon an information brought against him in the Crown-Office, charging him to be author (as in the said information it is called) of a certain false, scandalous, and malitious book intituled, The weekly pacquet of advice from Rome, or the history of Popery, particularly for that of the 1 st. of August, 1680, which was the next Fryday after the tryal of Sir George Wakeman at the Old-Baily, before the Lord Chief Justice Scroggs : also the tryal of Elizabeth Cellier, at Kings-Bench bar, July the 11th, 1680, where she was cleared, and Mr. Thomas Dangerfield, the chief witness against her, for some defect in his pardon, committed to the Kings-Bench prison
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