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Author: Fothergill, Thomas, fl. 1653.
Title: The deep sighes and sad complaints of some late souldiers in Captain Needhams troop, in Colonel Hackers regiment, for wanting of justice and judgement.: To our brethren and fellow-bondslaves, who as yet are compelled to gather straw, and make up your taile of brick, and hath no ease nor abatement in your burdens, we do complain.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The deep sighes and sad complaints of some late souldiers in Captain Needhams troop, in Colonel Hackers regiment, for wanting of justice and judgement.: To our brethren and fellow-bondslaves, who as yet are compelled to gather straw, and make up your taile of brick, and hath no ease nor abatement in your burdens, we do complain.
Fothergill, Thomas, fl. 1653.

[London: s.n., 1653]
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Great Britain -- Politics and government
Nedham, Clement, -- Captain
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A84740.0001.001

Contents
THE Deep Sighes and Sad COMPLAINTS OF Some late Souldiers in Captain NEEDHAMS Troop, in Colonel HACKERS Regiment, for wanting of Justice and Judgment, To our Brethren and Fellow-bondslaves, who as yet are compelled to gather straw, and make up your taile of Brick, and hath no ease nor abatemant in your burdens, We do complain.
Articles exhibited by THOMAS FOTHERGIL against Capt. NEED∣HAM, in Colonel HACKERS Regiment.
These nineteen Articles is either confest by the Captaine, or otherwise punctu∣ally proved.
A VVORD TO THE ARMY.