The Resource The examination and confession of Captaine Lilbourne and Captaine Viviers : who were taken at Brainford by His Majesties forces, and had their triall at Oxford on Saturday the tenth of this instant December, before the Lord Heath, and other lords of His Maiesties privy councell being present : who were iudged as ring-leaders of the round-heads, to lose their lives on Wednesday, being the 14 day of this moneth : being sent in a letter, from Mr. Daniel Felton ... to one Mr. Tho. Harris ... ; also many perswasions and strong inducements whereby His Majesty doth make knowne and declare upon good grounds how much it concernes the good of the kingdome to incline to an accommodation of peace, much desired, as His Majesty conceives, of all his loyall subjects, (electronic book)

The examination and confession of Captaine Lilbourne and Captaine Viviers : who were taken at Brainford by His Majesties forces, and had their triall at Oxford on Saturday the tenth of this instant December, before the Lord Heath, and other lords of His Maiesties privy councell being present : who were iudged as ring-leaders of the round-heads, to lose their lives on Wednesday, being the 14 day of this moneth : being sent in a letter, from Mr. Daniel Felton ... to one Mr. Tho. Harris ... ; also many perswasions and strong inducements whereby His Majesty doth make knowne and declare upon good grounds how much it concernes the good of the kingdome to incline to an accommodation of peace, much desired, as His Majesty conceives, of all his loyall subjects, (electronic book)

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The examination and confession of Captaine Lilbourne and Captaine Viviers : who were taken at Brainford by His Majesties forces, and had their triall at Oxford on Saturday the tenth of this instant December, before the Lord Heath, and other lords of His Maiesties privy councell being present : who were iudged as ring-leaders of the round-heads, to lose their lives on Wednesday, being the 14 day of this moneth : being sent in a letter
Title
The examination and confession of Captaine Lilbourne and Captaine Viviers
Title remainder
who were taken at Brainford by His Majesties forces, and had their triall at Oxford on Saturday the tenth of this instant December, before the Lord Heath, and other lords of His Maiesties privy councell being present : who were iudged as ring-leaders of the round-heads, to lose their lives on Wednesday, being the 14 day of this moneth : being sent in a letter
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from Mr. Daniel Felton ... to one Mr. Tho. Harris ... ; also many perswasions and strong inducements whereby His Majesty doth make knowne and declare upon good grounds how much it concernes the good of the kingdome to incline to an accommodation of peace, much desired, as His Majesty conceives, of all his loyall subjects
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eng
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Cataloging source
EAA
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  • F665
  • 1127
Citation source
  • Wing
  • Madan
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Felton, William
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Lilburne, John
  • Viviers
  • Great Britain
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general
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The examination and confession of Captaine Lilbourne and Captaine Viviers : who were taken at Brainford by His Majesties forces, and had their triall at Oxford on Saturday the tenth of this instant December, before the Lord Heath, and other lords of His Maiesties privy councell being present : who were iudged as ring-leaders of the round-heads, to lose their lives on Wednesday, being the 14 day of this moneth : being sent in a letter, from Mr. Daniel Felton ... to one Mr. Tho. Harris ... ; also many perswasions and strong inducements whereby His Majesty doth make knowne and declare upon good grounds how much it concernes the good of the kingdome to incline to an accommodation of peace, much desired, as His Majesty conceives, of all his loyall subjects, (electronic book)
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Publication
Note
  • The letter is signed on p. 4: William Felton
  • Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library
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file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
12537451
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unknown
Extent
[8] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
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cl0037000007
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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The examination and confession of Captaine Lilbourne and Captaine Viviers : who were taken at Brainford by His Majesties forces, and had their triall at Oxford on Saturday the tenth of this instant December, before the Lord Heath, and other lords of His Maiesties privy councell being present : who were iudged as ring-leaders of the round-heads, to lose their lives on Wednesday, being the 14 day of this moneth : being sent in a letter, from Mr. Daniel Felton ... to one Mr. Tho. Harris ... ; also many perswasions and strong inducements whereby His Majesty doth make knowne and declare upon good grounds how much it concernes the good of the kingdome to incline to an accommodation of peace, much desired, as His Majesty conceives, of all his loyall subjects, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • The letter is signed on p. 4: William Felton
  • Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
12537451
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[8] 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.
Specific material designation
remote

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