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Author: Levingston, Anne.
Title: A true narrative of the case so much controverted between mistress Anna Levingston, daughter to Sir Charls Cæsar, and one of the grand-children of Sir Peter Vanlore the elder, and neece to the Lady Powel, and wife to Thomas Levingston esquire; and John Blunt and the Lady Sterlin his Wife, Sir Robert Crook and his wife, Henry Alexander alias Zinzan and his wife, and one Abraham Vandenbemde, and others; concerning the estate real and personal of the Lady Powel, late wife of Sir Edward Powel both deceased; eith the rise, growth, and proceedings of the differences touching the same.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A true narrative of the case so much controverted between mistress Anna Levingston, daughter to Sir Charls Cæsar, and one of the grand-children of Sir Peter Vanlore the elder, and neece to the Lady Powel, and wife to Thomas Levingston esquire; and John Blunt and the Lady Sterlin his Wife, Sir Robert Crook and his wife, Henry Alexander alias Zinzan and his wife, and one Abraham Vandenbemde, and others; concerning the estate real and personal of the Lady Powel, late wife of Sir Edward Powel both deceased; eith the rise, growth, and proceedings of the differences touching the same.
Levingston, Anne., Stirling, Mary Vanlore Alexander, d. ca. 1660.

[London?: s.n., 1655?]
Notes:
Caption title.
Imprint from Wing.
Imperfect: severely cropped at head and foot with loss of text and signatures.
Cf. Wing L1824: The state of the case in brief, between the Countess of Sterlin, .. and Mrs. Levingston, defendent.
Subject terms:
Stirling, Mary Vanlore Alexander, -- Countess of, -- d. ca. 1660 -- Early works to 1800.
Levingston, Anne -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A48281.0001.001

Contents
A true Narrative of the CASE so much Controverted between Mistress Anna Levingston, Daughter to Sir Charls Caesar, and one of the Grand-chil∣dren of Sir Peter Vanlore the elder, and Neece to the Lady Powel, and Wife to Thomas Levingston Esquire; and John Blunt and the Lady Sterlin his Wife, Sir Robert Crook and his Wife, Henry Alexander alias Zinzan and his Wife, and one Abraham Vandenbemde, and others; concerning the Estate Real and Personal of the Lady Powel, late Wife of Sir Edward Powel both deceased; with the rise, growth, and pro∣ceedings of the Differences touching the same.