The accusation, trial, defence, sentence, execution, and last will, of Lewis XVI, late King of France and Navarre : giving an account of his magnanimous behaviour from the decree of the National Convention to bring him to trial as a traitor, to his last affectionate interview with his unfortunate family, on the 21st day of January, 1793, the day he was beheaded
- translated from the French ; with a portrait of Lewis, and a view and description of the guillotine on which he suffered.
- Edinburgh : Published by Thomas Brown, & Lawrie & Sumington [and others], 1793.
- [Buffalo, New York] : William S. Hein & Co., 
- Physical description
- 1 online resource ([viii], 108 pages) : illustrations, portraits.
- World trials library.
- History of capital punishment.
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