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Author: Poyer, John, d. 1649.
Title: Poyer's vindication, in answer to a lying pamphlet,: intituled A short comment upon the grounds and reasons of Poyer's taking up arms in the second differences, which are monstrous false lies: scattred abroad to uphold the broken reputation of a poor solicitor, for those cowardly turncoat cavaliers in the county of Pembroke, who (for reducing of them unto the Parliament) useth all means to have mine and my fellow-prisoners bloud; which they (and their cavaliering army) durst not attempt when they were in arms against the Parliament. / Published for satisfaction of all those that desire the truth herein: By Col. John Poyer, now a prisoner at Whitehall.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Poyer's vindication, in answer to a lying pamphlet,: intituled A short comment upon the grounds and reasons of Poyer's taking up arms in the second differences, which are monstrous false lies: scattred abroad to uphold the broken reputation of a poor solicitor, for those cowardly turncoat cavaliers in the county of Pembroke, who (for reducing of them unto the Parliament) useth all means to have mine and my fellow-prisoners bloud; which they (and their cavaliering army) durst not attempt when they were in arms against the Parliament. / Published for satisfaction of all those that desire the truth herein: By Col. John Poyer, now a prisoner at Whitehall.
Poyer, John, d. 1649., Elliot, John, Parliament-Commissioner.

[London: s.n., 1649]
Subject terms:
Detention of persons -- England
Royalists -- History -- England
Great Britain -- History
Poyer, John, -- d. 1649.
Short comment upon the grounds and reasons of Poyer's taking up armes in these second insurrections.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90914.0001.001

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I have formerly offered the charge following against the said Eliot and his Confederates, (which caused them with that violence to persecute me) and still am ready to make it good, by a hundred Witnesses if admitted thereunto.