The Resource A worthie speech spoken in the honourable Hovse of Commons Ianuarie the XVIJ, MDCXLJ by Mr. John Browne, Esquire and knight of the shire for the county of Dorset : wherein he explains and layes open to the said House the manifold eminent dangers which are like to fall upon that county by reason of Digbies escape and assistance which is to be feared will joyn with him in his intentions by reason divers and the most part of Sherborn, evill Brunswick and other towns of which he is lord over for the most part consists of papists, recusnts and other of his confiderates : with relation of divers of the reccusants [sic] houses that bee furnished with store of ammunition for a sudden service, (electronic book)

A worthie speech spoken in the honourable Hovse of Commons Ianuarie the XVIJ, MDCXLJ by Mr. John Browne, Esquire and knight of the shire for the county of Dorset : wherein he explains and layes open to the said House the manifold eminent dangers which are like to fall upon that county by reason of Digbies escape and assistance which is to be feared will joyn with him in his intentions by reason divers and the most part of Sherborn, evill Brunswick and other towns of which he is lord over for the most part consists of papists, recusnts and other of his confiderates : with relation of divers of the reccusants [sic] houses that bee furnished with store of ammunition for a sudden service, (electronic book)

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A worthie speech spoken in the honourable Hovse of Commons Ianuarie the XVIJ, MDCXLJ by Mr. John Browne, Esquire and knight of the shire for the county of Dorset : wherein he explains and layes open to the said House the manifold eminent dangers which are like to fall upon that county by reason of Digbies escape and assistance which is to be feared will joyn with him in his intentions by reason divers and the most part of Sherborn, evill Brunswick and other towns of which he is lord over for the most part consists of papists, recusnts and other of his confiderates : with relation of divers of the reccusants [sic] houses that bee furnished with store of ammunition for a sudden service
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A worthie speech spoken in the honourable Hovse of Commons Ianuarie the XVIJ, MDCXLJ by Mr. John Browne, Esquire and knight of the shire for the county of Dorset
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wherein he explains and layes open to the said House the manifold eminent dangers which are like to fall upon that county by reason of Digbies escape and assistance which is to be feared will joyn with him in his intentions by reason divers and the most part of Sherborn, evill Brunswick and other towns of which he is lord over for the most part consists of papists, recusnts and other of his confiderates : with relation of divers of the reccusants [sic] houses that bee furnished with store of ammunition for a sudden service
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EAA
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B5120
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Wing
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1580-1659
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Browne, John
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dictionaries
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  • Great Britain
  • Dorset (England)
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general
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A worthie speech spoken in the honourable Hovse of Commons Ianuarie the XVIJ, MDCXLJ by Mr. John Browne, Esquire and knight of the shire for the county of Dorset : wherein he explains and layes open to the said House the manifold eminent dangers which are like to fall upon that county by reason of Digbies escape and assistance which is to be feared will joyn with him in his intentions by reason divers and the most part of Sherborn, evill Brunswick and other towns of which he is lord over for the most part consists of papists, recusnts and other of his confiderates : with relation of divers of the reccusants [sic] houses that bee furnished with store of ammunition for a sudden service, (electronic book)
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13018031
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[7] p.
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cl0037000007
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A worthie speech spoken in the honourable Hovse of Commons Ianuarie the XVIJ, MDCXLJ by Mr. John Browne, Esquire and knight of the shire for the county of Dorset : wherein he explains and layes open to the said House the manifold eminent dangers which are like to fall upon that county by reason of Digbies escape and assistance which is to be feared will joyn with him in his intentions by reason divers and the most part of Sherborn, evill Brunswick and other towns of which he is lord over for the most part consists of papists, recusnts and other of his confiderates : with relation of divers of the reccusants [sic] houses that bee furnished with store of ammunition for a sudden service, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
13018031
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[7] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000007
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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remote

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