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Ten thousand pounds were to be offered to Sir George Wakeman, physician, to poison the king; instructions had been seen and read by Coleman, by him copied out and sent to other conspirators. Coleman had been appointed a principal secretary of state by commission from Father D'Oliva, general of the society of Jesuits.tbetpercemelo.tk
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In cross-examination Oates shuffled and excused himself in a way that should have been conclusive. Bedloe [q. Bedloe had carried the warrant to apprehend Coleman and search for his papers.
The finding of the letters having been certified, and the handwriting identified as Coleman's, they were put in evidence,' as good as a hundred witnesses to condemn him,' the attorney-general said. No doubt they carried weight, as proving the zealous desire of Coleman for the dissolution of parliament.
He plainly advocated foreign bribery of the king to insure such a dissolution, and used some strong phrases as to the catholic hopes of suppressing heresy.
Coleman, Edward (d.1678) (DNB00)
There was not the smallest proof of connivance with any plot for assassination or rebellion except the testimony of Oates and Bedloe. The jury found Coleman guilty. Scroggs replied to his solemn declarations of innocence,'Mr. Coleman, your own papers are enough to condemn you. Several street ballads were immediately circulated. Three of these have been reprinted by the Rev.
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Ebsworth for the Ballad Society: 1. In 'Bagford Ballads,' p. Henry Nevill, a priest, wrote an elegy on Coleman, found in Nevill's pocket when he was apprehended at Westminster in December It was addressed 'to the glorious martyr, Edward Coleman, Esq. Relation, i. Scroggs; Sam. Smith's Account of the Behaviour of the Fourteen late Popish Malefactors while in Newgate, , gives a few words about Coleman, whom Smith maliciously declared to have had an arrogant opinion of his own abilities, and, 'out of an hope to be canonised for a saint, despised and rejected any assistance from me, either by discourse or prayer;' Foley's Records of the Engl.
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