The traytors pilgrimage from the Tower to Tyeburn: being a true relation of the drawing of William Lord Munson, Sir Henry Mildmay, and Esquire Wallop, upon three several sledges on Munday last the 27th of this instant January, being the day that our late Gracious Soveraign King Charles received that horrid and most unjust sentence to lose his dear and precious life before the gates of his own royal palace. With manner of the proceedings at Tyburn, in order to the degrading and devesting them of their former titles of honour; and their declaratory speeches to both the right worshipful sheriffs of London and Middlesex

Anon 1662

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