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Author: Houlbrook, William.
Title: A black-smith and no Jesuite: or, a true relation how I VVilliam Houlbrook black-smith of Marleborough was betray'd by Cornet George Joyce, who carried the King prisoner from Holmby; and of the unjust imprisoning of me: and my several examination: before Bradshaw, and his bloody crew: with my answers unto all of them, as you may read in the following discourse. Written in the time of my imprisonment, and now put to publick view.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A black-smith and no Jesuite: or, a true relation how I VVilliam Houlbrook black-smith of Marleborough was betray'd by Cornet George Joyce, who carried the King prisoner from Holmby; and of the unjust imprisoning of me: and my several examination: before Bradshaw, and his bloody crew: with my answers unto all of them, as you may read in the following discourse. Written in the time of my imprisonment, and now put to publick view.
Houlbrook, William.

London: Printed for the author, and are to be sould by Francis Lash, next door to the Pauls-head Tavern at Pauls-Chain, 1660.
Subject terms:
Imprisonment -- Great Britain
Great Britain -- History
Houlbrook, William
Joyce, George, -- fl. 1647
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86602.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Worshipful Henry Hungerford and Ief∣fery Daniel, Esquires, Burgesses for the Town of Marleborough.
THE EPISTLE TO THE Reader.
A BLACK-SMITH And no Jesuite; Or, The Smith of MARLEBOROƲGH.