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Author: Oxford, Wendy.
Title: Vincit qui patitur: or Lieutenant Colonel John Lylborne decyphered, in a short answer of Captaine Wendy Oxford to a most notoriously false pamphlet of the said Lylborns intituled Iohn Lylborne revived printed at Bruges in Flanders. With a short letter, which was sent to him in Iuly last to give his satisfaction then, why I printed not what I had then finished for the press, in answer to his scandalous pamphlet printed at Viana in May last. With some allegations against the said Mr. Lylborne which the world knowes to be truth, of his writings, actions, plottings, and contryvings, against the late murthered king, his royall queene, posteritie, nobility spiritual and temporal, ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Vincit qui patitur: or Lieutenant Colonel John Lylborne decyphered, in a short answer of Captaine Wendy Oxford to a most notoriously false pamphlet of the said Lylborns intituled Iohn Lylborne revived printed at Bruges in Flanders. With a short letter, which was sent to him in Iuly last to give his satisfaction then, why I printed not what I had then finished for the press, in answer to his scandalous pamphlet printed at Viana in May last. With some allegations against the said Mr. Lylborne which the world knowes to be truth, of his writings, actions, plottings, and contryvings, against the late murthered king, his royall queene, posteritie, nobility spiritual and temporal, ...
Oxford, Wendy.

[London: s.n.], Printed the first of Aprill in the yeare of God 1653.
Subject terms:
Lilburne, John, -- 1614?-1657
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90303.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Present answer of Cap: WENDY OXFORD To a scandalous Paper of Mr. JOHN LYLBORNE
postscript