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Author: Sanders, Jonathan.
Title: The sham-indictment quash'd being a true account of what passed at the Old-Baily the 20th of May, 1681, when the minister of Alhallows-Barkin, London, answered to Mr. Whitaker's indictment : together with some just reflections upon a libel called, The birth and burning of St. Michael, &c., lately published / by a lover of the loyal parish of Barkin.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The sham-indictment quash'd being a true account of what passed at the Old-Baily the 20th of May, 1681, when the minister of Alhallows-Barkin, London, answered to Mr. Whitaker's indictment : together with some just reflections upon a libel called, The birth and burning of St. Michael, &c., lately published / by a lover of the loyal parish of Barkin.
Sanders, Jonathan.

London: Printed for Randal Tayler, 1681.
Notes:
Written by Jonathan Sanders. Cf. BM.
The "minister of Alhallows-Barkin" is Dr. Hicks. Cf. BM.
Imprint from colophon.
Advertisement on p. 3.
Reproduction of original in Harvard University Libraries.
Subject terms:
Sherman, Edmund, -- 17th cent. -- Birth and burning of the image called S. Michael.
Hickes, George, -- 1642-1715.
Idols and images -- England.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A62233.0001.001

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THE Sham-Indictment QUASH'D, BEING A True Account of what passed at the Old-Bailythe 20th of May, 1681. when the Minister of Alhallows-Barkin, London, Answered to Mr Whitaker's Indictment.
An ADVERTISEMENT.
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