Execution of William Carter

On the 10. of January [1584], as at sessions holden in the
Iudstince hall in the Old baily of London, for gaole
deliuery of Newgate, William Carter of the City of London,
was there indicted, arraigned, and condemned of high 
treason, for printing a seditious and trayterour booke
in English, entituled, A treatise of schisme: and was
for the same (according to sentence promounced against him)
on the next morrow drawne from Newgate to Tiborne, and 
there hanged, bowelled, and quartered.  And foorthwith
against slaunderous reports spread abroad in seditious
bookes, letters, and libels thereby to inflame our 
countrey men and her maiesties subiectes, a booke was
published, intituled A Declaration of the fauorable
dealing of her maiesties commissioners &c. which booke
also I haue caused to be set downe in the continuation of the
chronicle first collected by Reigne Wolf and finished by
Raphael Holenshed.

[Annals, pp. 1176-7. Ed. 1600, quoted in Arber ii, 750]