high-treason is the name of that attempt; and it continues to be punished as such.
If they had been guilty of high-treason, they should be duly arraigned.
In fact, the artist who would have painted him full-face would have been guilty of high-treason.
John Garnet or himself had to pay the penalty of high-treason at Tyburn.
Later on it would be their duty to punish such audacity and high-treason with the utmost rigor.
To be in prison at your age (you are little more than a lad), and that for high-treason!
He was accused of high-treason, and, as his enemies were both his accusers and judges, he was condemned to death.
The news of the trial of King Charles for high-treason brought about a complete revulsion of feeling.
On the 10th of June Cromwell was suddenly arrested and sent to the Tower on a charge of high-treason.
Hunt and his associates were, after a short examination, conducted to solitary cells, on a charge of high-treason.