A true account of the proceedings, at the tryal held at the Marshalseas, on Friday the 17th. of this instant February, 1680. by vertue of a special commission granted by the King, out of the admiralty, for trying of Captain Crompton Guyther, and 7 of his men, viz. William Coles, Joseph Bullivant, Joh. Baxter, Francis Wansell, Francis Martyn, John Gibson and William Jones, for piracy by them committed on a ship belonging to the Dutch, on the 3d. of December last, who were all taken and pinioned together, and brought before the King and Council, who committed them to the Marshalseas

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