A second relation from Hertford containing the unjust proceedings of some called justice there at the general quarter sessions, upon the tryal of one ... for a pretended breach of the late act (1664)
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A second relation from Hertford containing the unjust proceedings of some called justice there at the general quarter sessions, upon the tryal of one and twenty innocent persons called Quakers for a pretended breach of the late act
Smith, William, d. 1673.
Page 15 misprinted 14, p. 20 misprinted 26.
, 21 p.
[London : s.n., 1673]
Wing / S4326
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