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Author: Lawcey, William.
Title: Sir Phillip Stapleton dead of the sicknesse at Callice:: and the names of others of the 11 impeached members that went over with him. And their truncks, chests, and boxes of moneys, and jewels, found in the ship by Captain Batten. Also severall proposalls which they had to make to the Queen of England and to the state of France: whither they are not now admitted to come and of their going to Flushen, and the reasons thereof, certified by a letter from Dover.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Sir Phillip Stapleton dead of the sicknesse at Callice:: and the names of others of the 11 impeached members that went over with him. And their truncks, chests, and boxes of moneys, and jewels, found in the ship by Captain Batten. Also severall proposalls which they had to make to the Queen of England and to the state of France: whither they are not now admitted to come and of their going to Flushen, and the reasons thereof, certified by a letter from Dover.
Lawcey, William.

Printed at London: by Robert Ibbitson, 1647.
Subject terms:
Impeachments -- England
Great Britain -- History
Great Britain -- Politics and government
Stapleton, Philip, -- Sir, -- 1603-1647.
England and Wales. -- Parliament -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88801.0001.001

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Sir Philip Stapleton DEAD Of the Sicknesse at CALLICE; AND The Names of others of the Eleven IMPEACHED MEMBERS THAT VVent Over with Him. AND Their Truncks, Chests, and Boxes of Moneys and Jewels, found in the ship by Captain Batten.