Dorislaus, Isaac

Dorislaus, Isaac, a lawyer, born at Alkmaar, in Holland; came to England, and was appointed Judge-Advocate; acted as such at King Charles's trial, and was for that latter offence assassinated at the Hague one evening by certain high-flying Royalist cut-throats, Scotch several of them; “his portrait represents him as a man of heavy, deep-wrinkled, elephantine countenance, pressed down by the labours of life and law” (1595-1649).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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