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Author: Bernard, Nicholas, d. 1661.
Title: A letter of Dr. Bernards to a friend of his at court
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A letter of Dr. Bernards to a friend of his at court
Bernard, Nicholas, d. 1661.

[S.l.: s.n., 1660?]
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Contents
A Letter of Dr. Bernards to a Friend of his at COURT.
A Brief Relation of Dr. Bernards Sufferings for his Majesty, and of his preserving the Lives and E∣states, and Releiving the necessities of many of his fellow Sufferers, both in England and Ireland.
I. His Sufferings in Ireland.
II. His Sufferings in England.
III. His endeavours to preserve many of the Lives and Estates, of such as have suffered for his Majesty.
IV. His Relief of those who suffered in their Estates and Liberty, for his Majestty, which was the cause of his acceptance of the Almoners place, that he might be serviceable to that end. He disbursed
V. In Relation to the Lord Primate of Ireland, he hath been further serviceable as followeth.
VI. In further Manifestation of his Integrity.
The Rectifying of some misapprehensions of him, concerning the Office of Almoner.
A brief Relation of that Bloody Storm at Drogheda, in Ireland, and the Doctors Sufferings by Oliver Cromwel in it, and after it, with his Preservation.
Some Articles Objected against the Doctor, while he was a Prisoner in Dublyn.