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Author: Sadler, Anthony, b. 1610.
Title: Strange news indeed: from Mitcham in Surry. Of the treacherous and barbarous proceedings, of Master Robert Cranmer merchant of London; against Master Anthonie Sadler, vicar of Mitcham. How that well known minister, for prosecuting that enough known merchant, in a suite at civil law; for the vindication of the churches rights: and for presenting him into the ecclesiastical court; for the vindication of the churches discipline: hath been (of late) defamed, imprisoned, and complotted to be ruined, by him and his party. As, is very briefly, but very truly related, in this letter and petition, to the Lord Bishop of Winton.
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Strange news indeed: from Mitcham in Surry. Of the treacherous and barbarous proceedings, of Master Robert Cranmer merchant of London; against Master Anthonie Sadler, vicar of Mitcham. How that well known minister, for prosecuting that enough known merchant, in a suite at civil law; for the vindication of the churches rights: and for presenting him into the ecclesiastical court; for the vindication of the churches discipline: hath been (of late) defamed, imprisoned, and complotted to be ruined, by him and his party. As, is very briefly, but very truly related, in this letter and petition, to the Lord Bishop of Winton.
Sadler, Anthony, b. 1610.

London: printed for the authour, 1664.
Alternate titles: News with a witness To the right reverend father in God, George, Lord Bishop of Winchester. The humble petition of Anthonie Sadler; the author of Inquisitio Anglicana against the Triers, 1654 Humble petition of Anthonie Sadler; the author of Inquisitio Anglicana against the Triers, 1654
Notes:
Consists of two letters, both signed: Anthonie Sadler.
Caption title on p. 3 reads: News with a witness.
Caption title on p. 6 reads: To the right reverend father in God, George, Lord Bishop of Winchester. The humble petition of Anthonie Sadler; the author of Inquisitio Anglicana against the Triers, 1654.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Sadler, Anthony, -- b. 1610 -- Early works to 1800.
Cranmer, Robert -- Early works to 1800.
Mitcham (Surrey) -- History -- Sources -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A59347.0001.001

Contents
title page
News with a Witness.
letter
To the Right Reverend Father in GOD, GEORGE, LORD BISHOP of WINCHESTER.