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most humble confession and recantation of Edmund Hickeringil

Edmund Hickeringill

most humble confession and recantation of Edmund Hickeringil

clerk, publickly made, read, sign"d and sealed in the Court of Arches ... in the common-hall of Doctors Commons, London, on Fryday the 27th day of June ... 1684.

by Edmund Hickeringill

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Published by B. Tooke in London .
Written in English


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Wing H1819.

ContributionsGreat Britain. Court of Arches
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XXX, Seiten: Contents: Volume 1 Background, Charter for the Stationers' Company of London () Elizabeth I, Injunctions geuen by the Quenes Maiestie, aswell to the Clergye, as to the Laitie of this Realme ([]); Elizabeth I, 'An Acte for the Explanation of the Statute of Seditious Wordes and   The discontent excited in the country amongst those attached to the Church of Rome, by the separation, and by the seizure of church property, with the fear of still greater spoliation, excited many murmurings; and the king, aware that his proceedings were regarded with disapprobation by a vast body of people both at home and abroad, became suspicious of every rumour, jealous and ://'s_Illustrated_History_of_England/Volume_2.

The Humble Proposals respecting the Engagement. 4to. London, bb. Israels Petition in Time of Trouble. A sermon [on Hosea xiv. 2] preached in S. Margarets Church at Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons now assembled in Parliament. At the late publique and solemne Fast, J 4to. London,   Censorship and the Press, by Cyndia Susan Clegg, , available at Book Depository with free delivery ://

The humble Petition of Elizabeth Lilburne, Wife to Lievt. Col Iohn Lilburne, who hath been for aboue eleven weekes by past, most unjustly divorsed from him, by the House of Lords, and their tyrannicall Officers, against the Law of God, and (as shee conceives) the Law of the Land. ://   William Aubrey (the second son of Thomas Aubrey, the 4th son of Hopkin Aubrey, of Abercunvrig in the countie of Brecon, esqre) in the 66th yeare of his age or thereabouts, and on the 25th of June, in the yeare of our Lord , departed this life, and was buried in the Cathedrall-church of St. Paul in London, on the north side of the chancell


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