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Author: Hans Hue-and-Cry, Van Hang-and-Draw.
Title: A letter sent out of Holland from Hans Hue-& Cry, van Hang-&-draw, the executioner;: to his trusty and ill-beloved friend, Gregory the second, son of the destinies, terror to treason, arch-arme-strong of the axe, knight of the noose, ruler of the rope, and lord of the triple territory. With his letter sent in answer, treating deepe and dangerously of affaires in State. September 28. and October 4.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A letter sent out of Holland from Hans Hue-& Cry, van Hang-&-draw, the executioner;: to his trusty and ill-beloved friend, Gregory the second, son of the destinies, terror to treason, arch-arme-strong of the axe, knight of the noose, ruler of the rope, and lord of the triple territory. With his letter sent in answer, treating deepe and dangerously of affaires in State. September 28. and October 4.
Hans Hue-and-Cry, Van Hang-and-Draw., Tybourne-proof, Gregory.

London: Printed for Thomas Iohnson, 1642.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Great Britain -- Politics and government
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88018.0001.001

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To his much respected Friend. Hauns Hue-an-Cry van Hang-an-draw at his House in Sledge-street in Rotterdam, at the Signe of the Gibbet; these present.