The Resource The tryal of John Hampden, Esq. (of Stoke-Mandeville in the county of Bucks) in the great case of ship-money : between His Majesty K. Charles I. and that gentleman : wherein are inserted, the whole record in Latin and English : the several arguments of Council learned in the law , on both sides, in that most remarkable case at the bar : with the opinions of all the judges on the bench in the Exchequer-Chamber, &c. : as also Mr. St. John's speech in the House of Lords, Jan. 7, 1640, concerning ship-money : with Mr. Waller's speech to the House of Commons, April 22, 1640, on the same subject, and, his famous speech in Parliament, at a conference of both houses, in the painted-chamber, July 6, 1641, on the exhibiting articles, by the Commons, against Mr. Justice Crawley, one of the judges who gave judgment for the King in that cause : to which is added, The tryal of Thomas Harrison, clerk, for words spoken against Mr. Justice Hutton (when sitting afterwards upon the bench of the Court of Common-Pleas, in Westminster-Hall) accusing him of high treason, in delivering his opinion in the Exchequer-Chamber, that the King had no lawful power in levying the ship-money, and that he therefore denied the King's supremacy : with the proceedings thereupon, and his sentence by the court : the whole being printed from authentick manuscripts

The tryal of John Hampden, Esq. (of Stoke-Mandeville in the county of Bucks) in the great case of ship-money : between His Majesty K. Charles I. and that gentleman : wherein are inserted, the whole record in Latin and English : the several arguments of Council learned in the law , on both sides, in that most remarkable case at the bar : with the opinions of all the judges on the bench in the Exchequer-Chamber, &c. : as also Mr. St. John's speech in the House of Lords, Jan. 7, 1640, concerning ship-money : with Mr. Waller's speech to the House of Commons, April 22, 1640, on the same subject, and, his famous speech in Parliament, at a conference of both houses, in the painted-chamber, July 6, 1641, on the exhibiting articles, by the Commons, against Mr. Justice Crawley, one of the judges who gave judgment for the King in that cause : to which is added, The tryal of Thomas Harrison, clerk, for words spoken against Mr. Justice Hutton (when sitting afterwards upon the bench of the Court of Common-Pleas, in Westminster-Hall) accusing him of high treason, in delivering his opinion in the Exchequer-Chamber, that the King had no lawful power in levying the ship-money, and that he therefore denied the King's supremacy : with the proceedings thereupon, and his sentence by the court : the whole being printed from authentick manuscripts

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The tryal of John Hampden, Esq. (of Stoke-Mandeville in the county of Bucks) in the great case of ship-money : between His Majesty K. Charles I. and that gentleman : wherein are inserted, the whole record in Latin and English : the several arguments of Council learned in the law , on both sides, in that most remarkable case at the bar : with the opinions of all the judges on the bench in the Exchequer-Chamber, &c. : as also Mr. St. John's speech in the House of Lords, Jan. 7, 1640, concerning ship-money : with Mr. Waller's speech to the House of Commons, April 22, 1640, on the same subject, and, his famous speech in Parliament, at a conference of both houses, in the painted-chamber, July 6, 1641, on the exhibiting articles, by the Commons, against Mr. Justice Crawley, one of the judges who gave judgment for the King in that cause : to which is added, The tryal of Thomas Harrison, clerk, for words spoken against Mr. Justice Hutton (when sitting afterwards upon the bench of the Court of Common-Pleas, in Westminster-Hall) accusing him of high treason, in delivering his opinion in the Exchequer-Chamber, that the King had no lawful power in levying the ship-money, and that he therefore denied the King's supremacy : with the proceedings thereupon, and his sentence by the court : the whole being printed from authentick manuscripts
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The tryal of John Hampden, Esq. (of Stoke-Mandeville in the county of Bucks) in the great case of ship-money
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between His Majesty K. Charles I. and that gentleman : wherein are inserted, the whole record in Latin and English : the several arguments of Council learned in the law , on both sides, in that most remarkable case at the bar : with the opinions of all the judges on the bench in the Exchequer-Chamber, &c. : as also Mr. St. John's speech in the House of Lords, Jan. 7, 1640, concerning ship-money : with Mr. Waller's speech to the House of Commons, April 22, 1640, on the same subject, and, his famous speech in Parliament, at a conference of both houses, in the painted-chamber, July 6, 1641, on the exhibiting articles, by the Commons, against Mr. Justice Crawley, one of the judges who gave judgment for the King in that cause : to which is added, The tryal of Thomas Harrison, clerk, for words spoken against Mr. Justice Hutton (when sitting afterwards upon the bench of the Court of Common-Pleas, in Westminster-Hall) accusing him of high treason, in delivering his opinion in the Exchequer-Chamber, that the King had no lawful power in levying the ship-money, and that he therefore denied the King's supremacy : with the proceedings thereupon, and his sentence by the court : the whole being printed from authentick manuscripts
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  • Trial of John Hampden, Esq
  • Tryal of Thomas Harrison, clerk
  • Trial of Thomas Harrison, clerk
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Summary
Hampden was tried, 1637-1638, in the Court of Exchequer Chamber, on a writ of scire facias brought in the Court of Exchequer, requiring him to show cause why he should not be charged with 20 shillings assessed upon him
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1594-1643
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Hampden, John
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KD5327.S5
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H36 1719a
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non fiction
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  • 1606-1660
  • 1598?-1673
  • 1606-1687
  • 1573 or 4-1649
  • 1561?-1639
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  • Harrison, Thomas
  • St. John, Oliver
  • Waller, Edmund
  • Crawley, Francis
  • Hutton, Richard
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
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  • Hampden, John
  • Harrison, Thomas
  • Trials (Treason)
  • Taxation
  • Ship money
  • Great Britain
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The tryal of John Hampden, Esq. (of Stoke-Mandeville in the county of Bucks) in the great case of ship-money : between His Majesty K. Charles I. and that gentleman : wherein are inserted, the whole record in Latin and English : the several arguments of Council learned in the law , on both sides, in that most remarkable case at the bar : with the opinions of all the judges on the bench in the Exchequer-Chamber, &c. : as also Mr. St. John's speech in the House of Lords, Jan. 7, 1640, concerning ship-money : with Mr. Waller's speech to the House of Commons, April 22, 1640, on the same subject, and, his famous speech in Parliament, at a conference of both houses, in the painted-chamber, July 6, 1641, on the exhibiting articles, by the Commons, against Mr. Justice Crawley, one of the judges who gave judgment for the King in that cause : to which is added, The tryal of Thomas Harrison, clerk, for words spoken against Mr. Justice Hutton (when sitting afterwards upon the bench of the Court of Common-Pleas, in Westminster-Hall) accusing him of high treason, in delivering his opinion in the Exchequer-Chamber, that the King had no lawful power in levying the ship-money, and that he therefore denied the King's supremacy : with the proceedings thereupon, and his sentence by the court : the whole being printed from authentick manuscripts
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  • In p.57-64 of the first sequence of pagination the page numbers are enclosed within square brackets
  • "The collection of state-tryals in four volumes in folio, being a work very useful and necessary to make it more compleat, it was thought fitting ... to add to it the remarkable tryal of Mr. Hampden, in the great case of ship-money ... For that reason therefore we caused it to be printed of the same size and on the same paper: tho'it would have been inserted in the collection could the proprietors of this copy have been prevailed upon to have parted with their property to the undertakers on their terms ... ": preface
  • Thomas Harrison was tried in 1638 in the Court of King's Bench. Cf. p. 235-238
  • ©2008 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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The tryal of John Hampden, Esq. (of Stoke-Mandeville in the county of Bucks) in the great case of ship-money : between His Majesty K. Charles I. and that gentleman : wherein are inserted, the whole record in Latin and English : the several arguments of Council learned in the law , on both sides, in that most remarkable case at the bar : with the opinions of all the judges on the bench in the Exchequer-Chamber, &c. : as also Mr. St. John's speech in the House of Lords, Jan. 7, 1640, concerning ship-money : with Mr. Waller's speech to the House of Commons, April 22, 1640, on the same subject, and, his famous speech in Parliament, at a conference of both houses, in the painted-chamber, July 6, 1641, on the exhibiting articles, by the Commons, against Mr. Justice Crawley, one of the judges who gave judgment for the King in that cause : to which is added, The tryal of Thomas Harrison, clerk, for words spoken against Mr. Justice Hutton (when sitting afterwards upon the bench of the Court of Common-Pleas, in Westminster-Hall) accusing him of high treason, in delivering his opinion in the Exchequer-Chamber, that the King had no lawful power in levying the ship-money, and that he therefore denied the King's supremacy : with the proceedings thereupon, and his sentence by the court : the whole being printed from authentick manuscripts
Publication
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Note
  • In p.57-64 of the first sequence of pagination the page numbers are enclosed within square brackets
  • "The collection of state-tryals in four volumes in folio, being a work very useful and necessary to make it more compleat, it was thought fitting ... to add to it the remarkable tryal of Mr. Hampden, in the great case of ship-money ... For that reason therefore we caused it to be printed of the same size and on the same paper: tho'it would have been inserted in the collection could the proprietors of this copy have been prevailed upon to have parted with their property to the undertakers on their terms ... ": preface
  • Thomas Harrison was tried in 1638 in the Court of King's Bench. Cf. p. 235-238
  • ©2008 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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