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Author: Preservators of the Said Forest of Dean.
Title: Certain reasons (by way of reply to some objections generally urged and in more particular to a paper styled the case of John Gifford gentleman, presented to the members of Parlaiment) why those iron-works in the Forrest of Deane should be in honour and justice of the House speedily demolisht rendered by the preservators of the said Forrest of Deane.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Certain reasons (by way of reply to some objections generally urged and in more particular to a paper styled the case of John Gifford gentleman, presented to the members of Parlaiment) why those iron-works in the Forrest of Deane should be in honour and justice of the House speedily demolisht rendered by the preservators of the said Forrest of Deane.
Preservators of the Said Forest of Dean.

[S.l.: s.n., 1650?]
Notes:
Caption title.
Signed: Jo. Berrow, Jo. Wade, John Adeane, Henry Rudge, preservators of the said forrest.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Royal forests -- England.
Dean, Forest of (England)
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A31520.0001.001

Contents
Certaine reasons (by way of reply to some Objections generally ur∣ged and in more particular to a paper styled the case of JOHN GIFFORD Gen∣tleman, presented to the Members of Parli∣ament) why those Iron-works in the For∣rest of Deane should be in honour and justice of the House, speedily demolisht, tendered by the preservators of the said Forrest of Deane.
The Paper holds forth to consideration severall rea∣sons conteined in these particulars.