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Author: Lee, Joseph.
Title: Considerations concerning common fields, and inclosures,: dialoguewise, digested into a deliberative discourse between two supposed friends, Philopeustus and Parrhesiastes. And tending partly to state and determine the question of lawfulnesse or unlawfulnesse between inclosures, and common fields, partly to answer some passages, which may be thought to make against inclosure in general, in another discourse lately published by Mr John Moore, under this title, The crying sinne of England, of not caring for the poor.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Considerations concerning common fields, and inclosures,: dialoguewise, digested into a deliberative discourse between two supposed friends, Philopeustus and Parrhesiastes. And tending partly to state and determine the question of lawfulnesse or unlawfulnesse between inclosures, and common fields, partly to answer some passages, which may be thought to make against inclosure in general, in another discourse lately published by Mr John Moore, under this title, The crying sinne of England, of not caring for the poor.
Lee, Joseph.

London: Printed for Abel Roper, and are to be sould at the signe of the Sun, over against St Dunstans Church in Fleet-street, 1654. [i.e. 1653]
Subject terms:
Inclosures -- England
Moore, John, -- 1595?-1657. -- Crying sin of England, of not caring for the poor
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88871.0001.001

Contents
title page
PSEUDOMISUS to PHILORTHUS; OR, The Author to his Friend.
The Publisher to all ingenious, and judicious, unprejudicate, and impartial Readers, wisheth out∣ward prosperity in all things, together with the in∣ward peace of a good Conscience.
The Contents.
CONSIDERATIONS concerning common FIELDS and INCLOSƲRES, Dialoguewise digested into a deliberative discourse, between two supposed friends, PHILOPEUSTUS and PARRHESIASTES.
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