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Author: Scotten, Edmund.
Title: A desperate and dangerovs designe discovered concerning the fen-countries by a faithfull friend who as soone as it came to his knowledge hath taken some pains not only to discover but to prevent the same ; by order of the committee for the fenns published for the common-good, and in all humility presented to the high court of Parliament and in particular to some noble personages especially interressed [sic] and concerned therein.
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2012-10 (EEBO-TCP Phase 2).
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Print source: A desperate and dangerovs designe discovered concerning the fen-countries by a faithfull friend who as soone as it came to his knowledge hath taken some pains not only to discover but to prevent the same ; by order of the committee for the fenns published for the common-good, and in all humility presented to the high court of Parliament and in particular to some noble personages especially interressed [sic] and concerned therein.
Scotten, Edmund.

London: Printed by G.B. and R.W. and are to be sold by Robert Constable, 1642.
Subject terms:
Vermuyden, Cornelius, -- Sir, 1590-1677.
Reclamation of land -- England.
Fens, The (England) -- History.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A58831.0001.001

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TO THE HIGH COVRT OF PARLIAMENT.
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE WILLIAM EARLE OF BEDFORD, and his Honourable friends Adventurers in the great levell of FENNES.
Certaine exceptions against Sir Cornelius Virmuden his designe, for the drayning of the Fens, with Queries upon each passage:
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