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is to say with swords pistols clubs bludgeons and other weapons being then and there unlawfully maliciously and traitorously assembled and gathered together against our said Lord the King wickedly maliciously and traitorously did levy and make war against our said Lord the King within this realm and being so assembled together arrayed and armed against our said Lord the King as aforesaid did then with great force and violence parade and march in an hostile manner in and through divers villages places and public highways to wit at the parish of Southwingfield aforesaid in the said county of Derby and did then and there maliciously and traitorously attempt and endeavour by force and arms to subvert and destroy the government and constitution of this realm as by law established in contempt of our said Lord the King and his laws to the evil example of all others contrary to the duty of the allegiance of them the said Thomas Bacon Jeremiah Brandreth otherwise called John Coke otherwise called the Notting. ham Captain George Weightman William Turner Joseph Turner otherwise called Manchester Turner Isaac Ludlam the elder Isaac Ludlam the younger Samuel Ludlam William Ludlam Samuel Hunt Edward Turner Robert Turner Charles Swaine John Onion the elder John Mac Kesswick John Hill Joseph Rawson otherwise called Joseph Thorpe Joseph Topham German Buxton Edward Moore Josiah Godber George Brassington William Adams William Hardwick John Wright Thornas Ensor Joseph Savage John Moore William Weightman Thomas Weightman Joseph Weightman the younger James Weightman Thomas Bettison Alexander Johnson John Bacon Joseph Weightmari the elder James Barnes Edward Haslam John Horsley Samuel Briddon William Barker William Elliott James Taylor Joseph Taylor Benjamin Taylor and Samuel Walters otherwise called Samuel Dudley against the form of the statute in such case made and provided and against the peace of our said Lord the King his crown and dignity.

[Second Count. ]—And the Jurors aforesaid upon their oath aforesaid further present that the said Thomas Bacon Jere

miah Brandreth otherwise called John Coke otherwise called the Nottingham Captain George Weightnan William Turner Joseph Turner otherwise called Manchester Turner Isaac Ludlam the elder Isaac Ludlam the younger Samuel Ludlam William Ludlam Samuel Hunt Edward Turner Robert Turner Charles Swaine John Onion the elder John Mac Kesswick John Hill Joseph Rawson otherwise called Joseph Thorpe Joseph Topham German Buxton Edward Moore Josiah Godber George Brassington William Adams William Hardwick John Wright Thomas Ensor Joseph Savage John Moore William Weightman Thomas Weightman Joseph Weightman the younger James Weightman Thomas Bettison Alexander Johnson John Bacon Joseph Weightman the elder James Barnes Edward Haslam John Horsley Samuel Briddon William Barker William Elliott James Taylor Joseph Taylor Benjamin Taylor and Samuel Walters otherwise called Samuel Dudley being subjects of our said Lord the King not having the fear of God in their hearts nor weighing the duty of their allegiance but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the devil as false traitors against our said Lord the King and wholly withdrawing the love obedience fidelity and allegiance which every true and faithful subject of our said Lord the King should and of right ought to bear towards our said Lord the King on the said ninth day of June in the fifty-seventh year of the reign aforesaid and on divers other days and times as well before as after with force and arms at the parish of Southwingfield aforesaid in the county of Derby aforesaid maliciously and traitorously amongst themselves and together with divers other false traitors whose names are to the said jurors unknown did compass imagine invent devise and intend to deprive and depose our said Lord the King of and from the style bonour and kingly name of the imperial crown of this realm and the said compassing ima gination invention device and intention did then and thers express utter and declare by. divers overt acts and deeds hereinafter mentioned that is to say in order to fulfil perfect and bring to effect their most evil and wicked treason and treasonable compassing imagination invention device

and intention aforesaid they the said Thomas Bacon Jere. miah Brandreth otherwise called John Coke otherwise called the Nottingham Captain George Weightman William Turner Joseph Turner otherwise called Manchester Turner Isaac Ludlam the elder Isaac Ludlam the

younger Samuel Ludlam William Ludlam Samuel Hunt Edward Turner Robert Turner Charles Swaine John Onion the elder John Mac Kesswick John Hill Joseph Rawson otherwise called Joseph Thorpe Joseph Topham German Buxton Edward Moore Josiah Godber George Brassington William Adams William Hardwick John Wright Thomas Ensor Joseph Savage John Moore William Weightman Thomas Weightman Joseph Weightman the younger James Weightman Thomas Bettison Alexander Johnson John Bacon Joseph Weightman the elder James Barnes Edward Haslam John Horsley Samuel Briddon William Barker William Elliott James Taylor Joseph Taylor Benjamin Taylor and Samuel Walters otherwise called Samuel Dudley as such false traitors as last aforesaid on the said ninth day of June in the fifty-seventh year of the reign aforesaid and on divers other days and times as well before as after with force and arms at the parish of Southwingfield aforesaid in the county of Derby aforesaid maliciously and traitorously did assemble meet conspire and consult among themselves and together with divers other false traitors whose names are to the said jurors unknown to devise

arrange and mature plans and means to subvert and destroy the constitution and government of this realm as by law established And further to fulfil perfect and bring to effect their most evil and wicked treason and treasonable compassing imagination invention device and intention aforesaid They the said Thomas Bacon Jeremiah Brandreth otherwise called John Coke otherwise called the Nottingham Captain George Weightman William Turner Joseph Turner otherwise called Manchester Turner Isaac Ludlam the elder Isaac Ludlam the younger Samuel Ludlam William Ludlam Samuel Hunt Edward Turner Robert Turner Charles Swaine Jobn Onion the elder John Mac Kesswick John Hill Joseph Rawson otherwise called

Joseph Thorpe Joseph Topham German Buxton Edward Moore Josiah Godber George Brassington William Adams William Hardwick John Wright Thomas Ensor Joseph Savage John Moore William Weightman Thomas Weightman Joseph Weightman the younger James Weightman Thomas Bettison Alexander Johnson John Bacon Joseph Weightman the elder James Barnes Edward Haslam John Horsley Samuel Briddon William Barker William Elliott James Taylor Joseph Taylor Benjamin Taylor and Samuel Walters otherwise called Samuel Dudley as such false traitors as last aforesaid on the said ninth day of June in the fifty-seventh year of the reign aforesaid and on divers other days and tiines as well before as after with force and arms at the parish of Southwingfield aforesaid in the county of Derby aforesaid maliciously and traitorously did assemble meet conspire consult and agree among themselves and together with divers other false traitors whose names are to the said Jurors unknowa to stir up raise make and levy insurrection rebellion and war against our said Lord the King within this realm and to subvert and destroy the constitution and government of this realm as by law established and further to fulfil perfect and bring to effect their most evil and wicked treason and treasonable compassing imagination invention device and intention aforesaid They the said Thomas Bacon Jeremiah Brandreth otherwise called John Coke otherwise called the Nottingham Captain George Weightman William Turner Joseph Turner otherwise called Manchester Turner Isaac Ludlam the elder Isaac Ludlam the younger Samuel Ludlam William Ludlam Samuel Hunt Edward Turner Robert Turner Charles Swaine John Onion the elder John MacKesswick John Hill Joseph Rawson otherwise called Joseph Thorpe Joseph Topham German Buxton Edward Moore Josiah Godber George Brassington William Adams William Hardwick John Wright Thomas Ensor Joseph Savage John Moore William Weightman Thomas Weightman Joseph Weightman the younger James Weightman Thomas Bettison Alexander Johnson John Bacon Joseph Weightman the elder James Barnes

Edward Haslam John Horsley Samuel Briddon Williams Barker William Elliott James Taylor Joseph Taylor Benjamin Taylor and Samuel Walters otherwise called Samuel Dudley as such false traitors as last aforesaid on the said ninth day of June in the fifty-seventh year of the reign aforesaid and on divers other days and times as well before as after with force and arms at the parish of Southwingfield aforesaid in the county of Derby aforesaid maliciously and traitorously did purchase procure provide and have divers large quantities of arms (to wit) swords pikes guns and pistols and divers large quantities of ammunition: (to wit) gunpowder leaden bullets and slugs with intent therewith to arm and array themselves and divers other false traitors in order to attack fight with kill and destroy the soldiers troops and forces of our said Lord the King and other his liege and faithful subjects and to raise make and levy insurrection rebellion and war against our said Lord the King within this realm and to subvert and destroy the constitution and government of this realm as by law established And further to fulfil perfect and bring into effect their most evil and wicked treason and treasonable compassing imagination invention device and intention aforesaid They the said Thomas Bacon Jeremiah Brandreth otherwise called John Coke otherwise called the Nottingham Captain George Weightman William Turner Joseph Turner otherwise called Manchester Turner Isaac Ludlam the elder Isaac Ludlam the younger Samuel Ludlam William Ludlam Samuel Hunt Edward Turner Robert Turner Charles Swaine John Onion the elder John Mac Kesswick John Hill Joseph Rawson otherwise called Joseph Thorpe Joseph Topbam German Buxton Edward Moore Josiah Godber George Brassington William Adams William Hardwick John Wright Thomas Ensor Joseph Savage John Moore William Weightman Thomas Weightman Joseph Weigbtman the younger James. Weightmạn Thomas Bettison Alexander Johnson John Bacon Joseph Weightman the elder James Barnes Edward Haslam John Horsley Samuel Briddon William Barker William Elliott James Taylor Joseph

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