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Author: Johnston, Robert, one of the elders of Edenborough.
Title: A letter from Mr. Robert Iohnston, one of the Elders at Edenborough, directed to Master VVilliam Agard in Cambridge: with a petition of the English there inclosed, to the Kings most excellent Majesty. Also Master Agards letter to his friend in London, coneteyning [sic] matters of great moment, tending to the pacification of the miserable distractions of these present times.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A letter from Mr. Robert Iohnston, one of the Elders at Edenborough, directed to Master VVilliam Agard in Cambridge: with a petition of the English there inclosed, to the Kings most excellent Majesty. Also Master Agards letter to his friend in London, coneteyning [sic] matters of great moment, tending to the pacification of the miserable distractions of these present times.
Johnston, Robert, one of the elders of Edenborough., Agard, William.

Printed at London: for T.B., 1642.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Agard, William
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87618.0001.001

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A Letter From Mr. Robert Iohnston, one of the Elders at Edenborough, directed to Mr. William Agard in Cambridge; with a Pe∣tition of the English there inclosed, to the most excellent Majesty of the KING.
To the most Excellent Maje∣sty of the King, and to the most Ho∣nourable the Lords and Peeres of this Realm. As also to the honourable the Lords and others, Knights Citizens, Barons and burgesses in the Commons House of Parliament now ASSEMBLED.
A Letter From one Master Agard to his friend in London.