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Author: Griffith, John, fl. 1648-1659.
Title: A vindication or justification of John Griffith, Esq.: Against the horrid, malitious, and unconscionable verdict of the coroners iury in Cheshire : vvhich was packt by the means of that pocky, rotten, lying, cowardly, and most perfidious knave, Sir Hugh Caulveley Knight, onely to vent his inveterate hatred and malice against me.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A vindication or justification of John Griffith, Esq.: Against the horrid, malitious, and unconscionable verdict of the coroners iury in Cheshire : vvhich was packt by the means of that pocky, rotten, lying, cowardly, and most perfidious knave, Sir Hugh Caulveley Knight, onely to vent his inveterate hatred and malice against me.
Griffith, John, fl. 1648-1659., Griffith, John, attributed name. 1622?-1700,

[London: s.n.], Printed in the yeare, 1648.
Subject terms:
False testimony -- Great Britain
Calveley, Hugh, -- Sir, -- 1612 or 13-1648.
Dod, William.
Griffith, John, -- fl. 1648-1659.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A85705.0001.001

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A TRVE RELATION of the Businesse that happened betwixt John Griffith Esquire, and one Wil∣liam Dod, Servant to Sir Hugh Caulveley, Knight, in Cheshire with the reasons that occasioned the difference, and the manner and acci∣dent of his Death.
The Reasons of my going out of the Countrey, were these: