The life and death of Philip Herbert, the late infamous knight of Barkshire, once Earle of Pembrock, Moungomerie, &c. who departed from this life to another January 23. 1649. : Having, by a degenerate basenesse, betrayed his nobilitie ; and entred himselfe a commoner, amongst the vere scum of the kingdom. Likewise a discourse with Charon in his voyage to Hell. With his araignement, tryall and condemnation, before the three judges, Æacus, Minos and Raddamanthus. Also the entertainment and welcome made by his brethren, Pym, Dorislaus, Raynsborough, &c. with an ample testimonie of their rejoycing at his Lordships arivall.
|Imprint:||[London] : [publisher not identified], Printed in the first yeere of Phil. Harbert's infernall-captivity, and (I hope) the last of state-tyranny. |
|Description:||1 online resource ( pages)|
|Series:||Early English books online.|
|Subject:||Pembroke, Philip Herbert, -- Earl of, -- 1584-1650.|
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, -- Earl of, -- 1584-1650.
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