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Author: Hodges, William, Sir, 1645?-1714.
Title: An humble representation of the seamens misery in the loss and abuse of them in their payment, and their being oftentimes extorted out of the one half of it by some, and cheated of it all by others with the mistery of some officers and masters, humbly represented to His Majesty, and the two most honourable houses, the Lords and Commons of England in Parliament assembled ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An humble representation of the seamens misery in the loss and abuse of them in their payment, and their being oftentimes extorted out of the one half of it by some, and cheated of it all by others with the mistery of some officers and masters, humbly represented to His Majesty, and the two most honourable houses, the Lords and Commons of England in Parliament assembled ...
Hodges, William, Sir, 1645?-1714.

[London?: s.n., 1694]
Notes:
Caption title.
All letters signed: William Hodges.
Last communications signed: Hermitage-Bridge, Feb. 22, 1694.
Place and date of publication from BM.
Reproduction of original in British Library.
Subject terms:
England and Wales. -- Royal Navy -- Pay, allowances, etc.
Seamen -- England.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A44082.0001.001

Contents
An Humble Representation of the Seamens Misery in the Loss and Abuse of them in their Payment, and their being oftentimes Extorted out of the one half of it by some, and Cheated of it all by others; with the Mistery of some Officers and Masters, Humbly Represented to His Majesty, and the Two most Honourable Houses, the Lords and Commons of England in Parliament Assembled, Humbly sheweth,
To the Most Excellent Majesty of King WILLIAM the Third.
To the Most Honourable, The LORDS Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled.
To the Honourable, The Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses in Parliament Assembled,
To His Most Gracious MAJESTY, And, To the Two Most Honourable Houses, The LORDS and COMMONS in Parliament Assembled,