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Title: The aprentices advice to the XII. bishops lately accused of high treason, by the honourable assemblies of both Houses.: With our friendly admonition, to take heed how they falsely accuse those innocent worthies in Parliament, whose lives are more deare to us then all the 25. prelates, though they were hang'd together.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The aprentices advice to the XII. bishops lately accused of high treason, by the honourable assemblies of both Houses.: With our friendly admonition, to take heed how they falsely accuse those innocent worthies in Parliament, whose lives are more deare to us then all the 25. prelates, though they were hang'd together.
Taylor, John, attributed name. 1580-1653,

[London: s.n], Printed in the new yeare of the Bishops feare, Anno Dom. 1642.
Subject terms:
Treason -- England
Great Britain -- History
Church of England -- History -- Sources
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75526.0001.001

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THE APRENTICES ADVICE TO THE XII. BISHOPS, lately accused of high Treason, by the honourable Assemblies of both HOUSES.