The Resource The afflicted Christian justifyed : In a letter to Mr. Thomas Havves, an honest and godly man, and known freind to his country, now prisoner for supposed blasphemy in Winchester-House, in Southwarke. With a letter from Mr. Thomas Hawes to Mr. Farthing; wherein hee remonstrates to the whole kingdome the arbitrary insolenties, and High-Commission proceedings of the said Farthing, together with his confederates, against the native freedoms and birthrights of the whole free-borne people of England, (electronic book)

The afflicted Christian justifyed : In a letter to Mr. Thomas Havves, an honest and godly man, and known freind to his country, now prisoner for supposed blasphemy in Winchester-House, in Southwarke. With a letter from Mr. Thomas Hawes to Mr. Farthing; wherein hee remonstrates to the whole kingdome the arbitrary insolenties, and High-Commission proceedings of the said Farthing, together with his confederates, against the native freedoms and birthrights of the whole free-borne people of England, (electronic book)

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The afflicted Christian justifyed : In a letter to Mr. Thomas Havves, an honest and godly man, and known freind to his country, now prisoner for supposed blasphemy in Winchester-House, in Southwarke. With a letter from Mr. Thomas Hawes to Mr. Farthing; wherein hee remonstrates to the whole kingdome the arbitrary insolenties, and High-Commission proceedings of the said Farthing, together with his confederates, against the native freedoms and birthrights of the whole free-borne people of England
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The afflicted Christian justifyed
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In a letter to Mr. Thomas Havves, an honest and godly man, and known freind to his country, now prisoner for supposed blasphemy in Winchester-House, in Southwarke. With a letter from Mr. Thomas Hawes to Mr. Farthing; wherein hee remonstrates to the whole kingdome the arbitrary insolenties, and High-Commission proceedings of the said Farthing, together with his confederates, against the native freedoms and birthrights of the whole free-borne people of England
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eng
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Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
E.337[26]
Citation source
Thomason
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1600-1681,
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  • Hawes, Thomas
  • Walwyn, William
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  • Detention of persons
  • Blasphemy
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The afflicted Christian justifyed : In a letter to Mr. Thomas Havves, an honest and godly man, and known freind to his country, now prisoner for supposed blasphemy in Winchester-House, in Southwarke. With a letter from Mr. Thomas Hawes to Mr. Farthing; wherein hee remonstrates to the whole kingdome the arbitrary insolenties, and High-Commission proceedings of the said Farthing, together with his confederates, against the native freedoms and birthrights of the whole free-borne people of England, (electronic book)
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  • Sometimes attributed to William Walwyn; attribution rejected by McMichael and Taft, The writings of William Walwyn, p.528-9
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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black and white
Control code
99861465
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unknown
Extent
[2], 18 p.
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electronic
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cl0051000002
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The afflicted Christian justifyed : In a letter to Mr. Thomas Havves, an honest and godly man, and known freind to his country, now prisoner for supposed blasphemy in Winchester-House, in Southwarke. With a letter from Mr. Thomas Hawes to Mr. Farthing; wherein hee remonstrates to the whole kingdome the arbitrary insolenties, and High-Commission proceedings of the said Farthing, together with his confederates, against the native freedoms and birthrights of the whole free-borne people of England, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Sometimes attributed to William Walwyn; attribution rejected by McMichael and Taft, The writings of William Walwyn, p.528-9
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99861465
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 18 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0051000002
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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