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People/Characters: George Jeffreys, 1st Baron Jeffreys of Wem

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The Bloody assizes by J.G. Muddiman
The bloody assizes, or, A compleat history of the life of George Lord Jefferies, from his birth to this present time ... to which is added Major Holmes's excellent speech, with the dying speeches and prayers of many other eminent Protestants : none of which were ever before publish'd by James Bent
Bloody Jeffreys: The Hanging Judge by Robert Milne-Tyte
Dead London by Pat Mills
The Glorious Revolution by Jonathan Morris
Great Tales from English History Omnibus by Robert Lacey
Judge Jeffreys and the Bloody Assizes (in Law in Action) by Thomas Babington Macaulay
Lord Churchill's Coup: The Anglo-American Empire and the Glorious Revolution Reconsidered by Stephen Saunders Webb
A new martyrology : or, The bloody assizes, now exactly methodized in one volume, comprehending a compleat history of the lives, actions, trials, sufferings, dying speeches, letters, and prayers of all those eminent Protestants, who fell in the west of England, and elsewhere, from the year 1678, to this present time ; to this treatise is added The life & death of George L. Geffreys ; with an alphabetical table annex to it by John Tutchin
Quicksilver by Neal Stephenson
Sedgemoor 1685 ; an Account and an Anthology by David G. Chandler
Tamsin by Peter S. Beagle
The tryal of Henry Baron Delamere for high-treason in Westminster-Hall, the 14th day of January, 1685 : before the Right Honourable George Lord Jeffreys, Baron of Wemm, Lord High Chancellour of England, constituted Lord High Steward on that occasion : on which day, after a full hearing, the Lord Delamere was acquitted from all matters laid to his charge by Henry Booth, Earl of Warrington
The tryals, convictions & sentence of Titus Oates upon two indictments for willful, malicious, and corrupt perjury : at the Kings-Bench-barr at Westminster, before the right honourable George Lord Jeffreys ... upon Friday the 8th. and Saturday the 9th. days of May, anno domini 1685 by Titus Oates

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