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Author: Love, Mary, 17th cent.
Title: Love's name lives, or, A publication of divers petitions presented by Mistris Love to the Parliament, in behalf of her husband with severall letters that interchangeably pass'd between them a little before his death : as also, one letter written to Master Love by Mr. Jaquel, one of the witnesses against him : together with seven severall letters and notes sent to him, from Dr. Drake, Mr. Jenkyn, Mr. Case, and Mr. Robinson, his then fellow-sufferers : all published for publick good.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Love's name lives, or, A publication of divers petitions presented by Mistris Love to the Parliament, in behalf of her husband with severall letters that interchangeably pass'd between them a little before his death : as also, one letter written to Master Love by Mr. Jaquel, one of the witnesses against him : together with seven severall letters and notes sent to him, from Dr. Drake, Mr. Jenkyn, Mr. Case, and Mr. Robinson, his then fellow-sufferers : all published for publick good.
Love, Mary, 17th cent.

London: [s.n.], Printed in the year 1663.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Love, Christopher, -- 1618-1651.
Great Britain -- History -- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A49238.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the READER.
To the Supreme Authority, the PARLIAMENT of the Common-Wealth of ENGLAND. The humble Petition of MARY, the distressed Wife of CHRISTOPHER LOVE.
To the Supreme Authority, the PARLIAMENT of the Common-wealth of ENGLAND. The humble Petition of Mary, the Wife of Christopher Love, Condemned to dye.
To the Supreme Authority, the PARLIAMENT of the Common-Wealth of ENGLAND. The humble Petition of Mary, the Wife of Christopher Love.
To the Supreme Authority, the PARLIAMENT of the Common-wealth of ENGLAND. The humble Petition of Mary, the distressed Wife of Christopher Love.
Mr. Jaquel his Letter to Mr. Love.
Dr. Drake's Letter to Mr. Love.
Another of Dr. Drakes to Mr. Love.June 17. 1651.
Another of Dr. Drakes to Mr. Love.
Mr. Robinson's Letter to Mr. Love.
A brief Note from Mr. Jenkyn to Mr. Love.
Mr. Jenkyn his Letter to Mr. Love.
Master Case to Master Love.
Another of Master Case's to Master Love.
Mistress Loves Letter to Master Love.
Another of Mistress Loves to Master Love.
Master Love to his Wife, when he should have first suffered.
Another of Master Loves to his Wife.
Another of Master Loves to his Wife.
Master Loves last Letter to his Wife, on the day he suffered.