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Author: Coningsby, Thomas, 1591-1654.
Title: 26. of August, 1647. To all the vvorld to view,: and to all men of common sencc [sic] Christianity or humanity, to judge of Thomas Coningsby of Northmynis in the county of Hartford Esquire, now prisoner in the Tower of London. And of continuance under slavish and most inhumaine gaole tyrannie over his person, the space of foure yeares, eight months, and most illegall proceeding and oppressive, violence and villanies, (by indirect carriage) to his totall ruine, presents both the one and other to judge of and shewes.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: 26. of August, 1647. To all the vvorld to view,: and to all men of common sencc [sic] Christianity or humanity, to judge of Thomas Coningsby of Northmynis in the county of Hartford Esquire, now prisoner in the Tower of London. And of continuance under slavish and most inhumaine gaole tyrannie over his person, the space of foure yeares, eight months, and most illegall proceeding and oppressive, violence and villanies, (by indirect carriage) to his totall ruine, presents both the one and other to judge of and shewes.
Coningsby, Thomas, 1591-1654.

London: [s.n.], printed in the yeare. 1647.
Subject terms:
Detention of persons -- England
Coningsby, Thomas, -- 1591-1654 -- Imprisonment
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A80353.0001.001

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26. of August, 1647. TO ALL THE VVORLD TO view, and to all men of common sence, Christianity or humanity to iudge of.