Augustine Garland

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Augustine Garland (born 1603) was an English lawyer, and one of the Regicides of King Charles I of England.[1]

Garland was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and Lincoln's Inn.[2] He was M.P. for Queenborough in 1648. He presided over the committee to consider method of the king's trial, and in 1649 signed death-warrant. In 1660, after the Restoration, he was condemned to death, but suffered only confiscation of his property and imprisonment.[3] He was recorded to have been sentenced to transportation to Tangier (which had become a British possession as a dowry for Charles II) in 1664 but there is no evidence the sentence was carried out.[1]


  1. ^ a b David Plant. Augustine Garland, Regicide, b.1603, British Civil Wars and Commonwealth website
  2. ^ "Garland, Augustin (GRLT618A)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge. 
  3. ^ (Lee 1903, p. 478) (main article xx 436)