Document ReferencePw2 Hy 841
TitleExamination of Jeremiah Connelly; 1 Jun. 1706
Date1 June 1706
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionClaims that he was captured by a French merchant ship and taken to France; says that he made every effort to escape and return to England; says that he was allowed to return to England as an 'exchanged prisoner'; admits that whilst in France he had more 'priviledges then any other English Prisoner'; denies all knowledge of various people whom he is accused of associating with.

Witnessed by R. Warre.
Termcrimes, high treason
legal business, examinations
prisoners, of war, exchange of
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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA29604Connelly; Jeremiah (fl 1703-1706); -; tried for treason; persuaded English prisoners to enter the French servicefl 1703-1706
NA29316Warre; Richard (fl 1676-1713); Mr; under secretary in the Secretariatfl 1676-1713
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