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Author: England and Wales. Lord Protector (1653-1658 : O. Cromwell)
Title: A distinct and faithful accompt of all the receipts, disbursments, and remainder of the moneys collected in England, VVales & Ireland,: for the relief of the poor distressed Protestants in the valleys of Piemont, together with a brief accompt of the present state of affairs in those parts; as well for the better satisfaction of all those who have already contributed, as for the encouragement of those who have yet been wanting toward so good and charitable a work. Printed and published by special order of His Highness and the Council.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A distinct and faithful accompt of all the receipts, disbursments, and remainder of the moneys collected in England, VVales & Ireland,: for the relief of the poor distressed Protestants in the valleys of Piemont, together with a brief accompt of the present state of affairs in those parts; as well for the better satisfaction of all those who have already contributed, as for the encouragement of those who have yet been wanting toward so good and charitable a work. Printed and published by special order of His Highness and the Council.
England and Wales. Lord Protector (1653-1658 : O. Cromwell), Vyner, Thomas, Sir, 1588-1665., Packe, Christopher, Sir, 1593?-1682., Morland, Samuel, Sir, 1625-1695.

London: Printed by Hen. Hills and John Field, Printers to His Highness, anno Dom. 1658.
Subject terms:
Waldenses
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A81555.0001.001

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A NARRATIVE Published by the special Order of His Highness The Lord Protector, AND HIS COUNCIL; For the better Satisfaction of all those who have al∣ready contributed towards the Relief of the Poor Protestants of the Valleys of Piemont, and for the Encouragement of those who are yet behinde to the performance of so good and charitable a Work.
A Distinct, Clear and Exact ACCOMPT As well of what was given by His HIGHNESS in parti∣cular, upon the first News of their Troubles, as of all other Moneys brought in and received for the Relief of the poor Protestants in the Valleys of Piemont, Together with the Names of all, as well Parishes and Chappels, as other Places and Congregations in the several Counties of England, Wales and Ireland, from whence there were any Returns made (ex∣cepting onely some few Parishes and Places in several Counties, whose Moneys were returned without making any specification of their respective Names.)
location England
WALES.
persons
totals
disbursement
AN EXTRACT, OR, Abbreviate of the Accompt
part
An Extract of the Instructions given by Mr. Morland, to those whom he intrusted for the Distribution of the collected Moneys among the poor people of the Valleys of Piemont.
General Articles as touching the Distribution.
The more particular Rules or Articles.
2. Touching the Ministers.
3. Those who have been absent and had their Subsistence in other Countries.
4. Those who have been heretofore administred to in the time of their Sickness.
5. Those who have been forgotten by neglect.
6. The Wounded.
7. Those who are indebted to the Physician in particular.
8. Those who have received more then their due in the former Distributions.
9. Those who have received any thing out of the time of Distribution.
10. The Arrears of the Ministers.
11. Their Physician.
12. The Apothecaries and Chirurgions.
13. Those who have been most active for the Defence of their Countrey.
14. The Losses caused by the War.
15. The Alms of Bread, Wine, &c.
part
tables of accounts
table debts
table credits
note
A Brief Accompt of the present State and Condition of the poor Protestants in the Valleys of Piemont: Together with A Serious Exhortation to all those who have hitherto con∣tributed nothing towards the Relief of their distressed Brethren, that if the Lord so please, their hearts may be yet moved to the performance of so good and charitable a work.