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Author: Naylier, John.
Title: The foxes craft discouered;: in destroying the peoples best friends, who stand in their prerogative way for perfect peace and freedom. As it will appeare by their usage, not onely of Captaine Bray, but also of his troop, that raised themselves at their own cost, and have continued in many hazards, but now must be ... with the reward of threats or imprisonment, or be ... to serve under one of the foxes new creatures. Wherein is anexed a congratulatory letter, to the ... of a large petition of the 11th September, for discovering their apprehensions to prevent our new slavery. / By John Naylier quartermaster, Richard Ellegood, and John Marshall, appointed by the troope for the prosecuting these things.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The foxes craft discouered;: in destroying the peoples best friends, who stand in their prerogative way for perfect peace and freedom. As it will appeare by their usage, not onely of Captaine Bray, but also of his troop, that raised themselves at their own cost, and have continued in many hazards, but now must be ... with the reward of threats or imprisonment, or be ... to serve under one of the foxes new creatures. Wherein is anexed a congratulatory letter, to the ... of a large petition of the 11th September, for discovering their apprehensions to prevent our new slavery. / By John Naylier quartermaster, Richard Ellegood, and John Marshall, appointed by the troope for the prosecuting these things.
Naylier, John., Ellegood, Richard., Marshall, John, fl. 1649.

[London: s.n.], Printed in the first yeer of the peoples pretended freedom, but intended slavery, 1649.
Subject terms:
Civil rights -- England
Great Britain -- History
Bray, William, -- 17th cent.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A84855.0001.001

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Certaine PASSAGES BETWEEN Some Members of Parliament, and the Presenters of the following Petition.
To the SUPREAM AUTHORITY of the Nation, the PEOPLES Representatives, assembled in Parliament.
To our much honored and trusty Friends, the Petitioners of the Eleventh of Septem. This present. in London.