|Author:||Jones, John, of Neyath, Brecon.|
|Title:||Lawyers vnmask'd, or, A discovery of their matchless villanies, intolerable oppressions, and most accursed practizes in perverting the known lawes of England from summons to an 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 : with an appeale to the present power for regulating the law / by John Jones of Neyath in Com. Brecon, Gent. ...|
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Lawyers vnmask'd, or, A discovery of their matchless villanies, intolerable oppressions, and most accursed practizes in perverting the known lawes of England from summons to an 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 : with an appeale to the present power for regulating the law / by John Jones of Neyath in Com. Brecon, Gent. ...
Jones, John, of Neyath, Brecon.
London: Printed for Thomas Matthewes ..., 1653.
Imperfect : pages cropped, stained and tightly bound, with print showthrough and loss or print.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard Law School Library.
Debt, Imprisonment for -- England.
Debtor and creditor.
SEVEN TREATISES IN Reference to the Reforming of the Law and Lawyers.
TO HIS EXCELLENCIE OL. CROMVVEL, Lord General of the Army of the Common∣wealth of England.
Dedicated to the Common∣wealth in general with this short epistle, As the voice of the peo∣ple is said to be the voice of God, let the glory of God be the voice and vote of his people. Amen yours Iohn Jones.
The Generall Case concerning the relief of right Heirs, dis∣possessed of their Estates by force and fraud
To the Right HONOURABLE, HONOURABLE; Right WORSHIPFULL, And Well-beloved, the COMMONS, and PEOPLE of England Universally.
The Great CHARTER of the LIBERTIES of ENGLAND, Granted to the People of the same, By King HENRY the third; And accorded between him and them in diverse full Parliaments, as followeth, viz.
Eight Observable POINTS OF LAW; Executable by Justices of the Peace in their Counties, and Magistrates in their Corporations. Necessary to be known to the COMMON PEOPLE.
To the HONOURABLE COLLONEL THOMAS PRIDE, One of the Justices of the Peace for the Countie of Mid∣dlesex, Liberties of West∣minster, and S. Martins le Grand Lond. &c.
TO The right Honorable Oliver Crumwell LORD Lieutenant of IRELAND, &c.
THE NEW Returna Brevium OR The Law returned from WESMINSTER, &c.
To the POLITIQUE BODIE, And Unanimous Fraternitie of the ARMY of ENGLAND; Officers and Souldiers, Ioyntly and severally.
JURORS JUDGES OF Law and Fact:
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.