The Resource Another cry of the innocent and oppressed for justice, or, A third relation of the unjust proceedings at the sessions held at Hixes Hall for the county of Middlesex, and at Justice Hall, so called, in the Old Baily for the city of London, upon the 18th and 22th dayes of the twelfth month, called February, in the year 1664, with and against 45 of the people of God whom the world in scorn calls Quakers, of which 39 were sentenced, for a pretended breach of the late act .. : unto which is added a short postscript, (electronic book)

Another cry of the innocent and oppressed for justice, or, A third relation of the unjust proceedings at the sessions held at Hixes Hall for the county of Middlesex, and at Justice Hall, so called, in the Old Baily for the city of London, upon the 18th and 22th dayes of the twelfth month, called February, in the year 1664, with and against 45 of the people of God whom the world in scorn calls Quakers, of which 39 were sentenced, for a pretended breach of the late act .. : unto which is added a short postscript, (electronic book)

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Another cry of the innocent and oppressed for justice, or, A third relation of the unjust proceedings at the sessions held at Hixes Hall for the county of Middlesex, and at Justice Hall, so called, in the Old Baily for the city of London, upon the 18th and 22th dayes of the twelfth month, called February, in the year 1664, with and against 45 of the people of God whom the world in scorn calls Quakers, of which 39 were sentenced, for a pretended breach of the late act .. : unto which is added a short postscript
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Another cry of the innocent and oppressed for justice, or, A third relation of the unjust proceedings at the sessions held at Hixes Hall for the county of Middlesex, and at Justice Hall, so called, in the Old Baily for the city of London, upon the 18th and 22th dayes of the twelfth month, called February, in the year 1664, with and against 45 of the people of God whom the world in scorn calls Quakers, of which 39 were sentenced, for a pretended breach of the late act ..
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unto which is added a short postscript
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eng
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EAA
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A3256
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Wing
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dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
-1700
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Tyso, John
  • J. G.
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Society of Friends
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general
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Another cry of the innocent and oppressed for justice, or, A third relation of the unjust proceedings at the sessions held at Hixes Hall for the county of Middlesex, and at Justice Hall, so called, in the Old Baily for the city of London, upon the 18th and 22th dayes of the twelfth month, called February, in the year 1664, with and against 45 of the people of God whom the world in scorn calls Quakers, of which 39 were sentenced, for a pretended breach of the late act .. : unto which is added a short postscript, (electronic book)
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  • Signed on p. 9: J. Tyso; signed at end: J.G. (i.e., John Gibson?). Cf. Smith, J., Friends' books
  • Place of publication from Wing
  • "The cry of the innocent & oppressed for justice" and "Another cry of the innocent & oppressed for justice, or, A second relation ..." were published in 1664
  • This item is identified as Wing A3256 at reel 832:30 and as Wing T3592 (entry cancelled in Wing 2nd ed.) at reel 402:4
  • Reproduction of original in Huntington Library
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13618111
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16 p.
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one file format
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electronic
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  • cl0037000011
  • cl0037000026
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Another cry of the innocent and oppressed for justice, or, A third relation of the unjust proceedings at the sessions held at Hixes Hall for the county of Middlesex, and at Justice Hall, so called, in the Old Baily for the city of London, upon the 18th and 22th dayes of the twelfth month, called February, in the year 1664, with and against 45 of the people of God whom the world in scorn calls Quakers, of which 39 were sentenced, for a pretended breach of the late act .. : unto which is added a short postscript, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Signed on p. 9: J. Tyso; signed at end: J.G. (i.e., John Gibson?). Cf. Smith, J., Friends' books
  • Place of publication from Wing
  • "The cry of the innocent & oppressed for justice" and "Another cry of the innocent & oppressed for justice, or, A second relation ..." were published in 1664
  • This item is identified as Wing A3256 at reel 832:30 and as Wing T3592 (entry cancelled in Wing 2nd ed.) at reel 402:4
  • Reproduction of original in Huntington Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
13618111
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
16 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
  • cl0037000011
  • cl0037000026
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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