Jeffreys, Baron (16481689)

Jeffreys, Baron, of infamous memory, born in Wales; became Chief-Justice of England in 1663; was one of the advisers and promoters of the tyrannical proceedings of James II.'s reign, and notorious for his cruel and vindictive judgments as a judge, to the indignation of the people; tried to escape on the arrival of William; was discovered lurking in a public-house at Wapping, and apprehended and committed to the Tower, where he died (16481689).

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

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