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Author: Hammond, Charles, 17th cent.
Title: Israels just jvdge; or, The maiestrats brest-plate,: against the darts of pride, envy, & hipocrisie: being enemies to iustice, mercy, & humility. Presented to the jmpartial maiestrats of this nation, especialy in the western parts, from whence the author (by Gods providence) drew his first breath; wishing them health here, and all happiness hereafter. / Written by Charles Hammond.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Israels just jvdge; or, The maiestrats brest-plate,: against the darts of pride, envy, & hipocrisie: being enemies to iustice, mercy, & humility. Presented to the jmpartial maiestrats of this nation, especialy in the western parts, from whence the author (by Gods providence) drew his first breath; wishing them health here, and all happiness hereafter. / Written by Charles Hammond.
Hammond, Charles, 17th cent.

London: Printed by E. Crowch, in Hosier-lane, for the author, 1657.
Subject terms:
Justice, Administration of -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87001.0001.001

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To his much Respected Friends in Somerset-shiere; especially in the towne of Taunton. the Author wisheth all Truth, Peace, and Unity, to florish amongst you.
ISRAELS Iust JUDGE; OR The Maiestrats Brest-Plate, AGAINST The Darts of Pride, Envie, and Hipocrisie; being Enemies to Justice, Mercy, and Humility.