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Title: An appeal to each individual member of the present Parliament and army in the case of John Poyntz aliáas Morris, Mary his wife, Isabella Smith, Leonard Darby and John Harris: who by the power, policy, treacherous insinuations, and scandalous suggestions of John Brown, Clerk of the House of Lords (who have combined with one Littleton) have been illegally imprisoned in four several prisons, by vertue of the Lords order, for the space of twenty months; and by the Lords fined and sentenced, without crime, without legal hearing, without evidence; not being suffered to enjoy the benefit of law or make their lawful defence, as by law they ought.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An appeal to each individual member of the present Parliament and army in the case of John Poyntz aliáas Morris, Mary his wife, Isabella Smith, Leonard Darby and John Harris: who by the power, policy, treacherous insinuations, and scandalous suggestions of John Brown, Clerk of the House of Lords (who have combined with one Littleton) have been illegally imprisoned in four several prisons, by vertue of the Lords order, for the space of twenty months; and by the Lords fined and sentenced, without crime, without legal hearing, without evidence; not being suffered to enjoy the benefit of law or make their lawful defence, as by law they ought.
Poyntz, John, fl. 1647-1650,

[London: s.n., 1648]
Notes:
Imprint from Wing.
Attributed by Wing to John Poyntz.
Copy Lu torn, with some loss of text.
Reproduction of the original in the Goldsmiths Library, University of London.
Subject terms:
Poyntz, John, -- fl. 1647-1650.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A55604.0001.001

Contents
An APPEAL to each individual Member of the present Parliament and Army, in the case of John Poyntz aliàs Morris, Mary his wife, Jsabella Smith, Leonard Darby and John Harris: Who by the Power, Policy, Treacherous Insinuations, and Scandalous Suggestions of John Brown, Clerk of the House of Lords (who have combined with one Littleton) hav been illegally Imprisoned in four several Prisons, by Vertue of the Lords Order, for the space of twenty Months; and by the Lords fined and sentenced, without Crime, with∣out legal Hearing, without Evidence; not being suffered to enjoy the benefit of Law or make their lawful Defence, as by Law they ought.
letter
The Copy of the Articles exhibited to his Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax, General, &c. against John Brown, Clerk of the house of Lords.
Articles exhibited upon the 11. of December 1648. unto the Right Honourable the Lord Fairfax his Excellency against John Brown Clerk of the Parliament. viz.