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Author: Jones, John, of Neyath, Brecon.
Title: The crie of blood, or, A confutation of those thirteene reasons of the felicers at Westminster for the maintenance of their illegall capias for debt by which is discovered the great benefit and freedome that will accrew to the people of the common wealth by the reformation of that destructive law / by Joht [sic] Jones of Neyath in Com. Brecon, gent.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The crie of blood, or, A confutation of those thirteene reasons of the felicers at Westminster for the maintenance of their illegall capias for debt by which is discovered the great benefit and freedome that will accrew to the people of the common wealth by the reformation of that destructive law / by Joht [sic] Jones of Neyath in Com. Brecon, gent.
Jones, John, of Neyath, Brecon.

London: Printed for Thomas Matthewes ..., 1653.
Notes:
Imperfect: print show- through, with loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard Law School Library.
Subject terms:
Debt, Imprisonment for -- England.
Debtor and creditor.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A47058.0001.001

Contents
title page
To his Excellence OLIVER CROMWEL, Lord General of the puis∣sant Armie of the PARLA∣MENT of ENGLAND.
REASONS for the con∣tinuance of the process of Arrests, for the good of the Common-wealth.
THE CRIE of BLOUD.
A Case concerning a matter of Ju∣stice.
A Case concerning Tythes.