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Author: Pryor, William.
Title: The countrey-mans complaint. Or A true account of the moneys, given, and lent to the Parliament, since the yeer 1640.: By William Pryor of Thurning, in the county of Huntington, his means being but 17 l. 10s. a yeer. Together with his losses, crosses, vexations, and imprisonments, by means of the commitees, justices of the county, Lord Mountague of Boudon, and Parson Wells of Thurning. Who with their murthering practises, have endevored (as much as in them lies) the destruction of the said Pryor. Humbly presented to Parliament for justice; to be relieved from his oppressors.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The countrey-mans complaint. Or A true account of the moneys, given, and lent to the Parliament, since the yeer 1640.: By William Pryor of Thurning, in the county of Huntington, his means being but 17 l. 10s. a yeer. Together with his losses, crosses, vexations, and imprisonments, by means of the commitees, justices of the county, Lord Mountague of Boudon, and Parson Wells of Thurning. Who with their murthering practises, have endevored (as much as in them lies) the destruction of the said Pryor. Humbly presented to Parliament for justice; to be relieved from his oppressors.
Pryor, William.

[London: s.n.], Printed in the year, 1649.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Pryor, William.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91320.0001.001

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A true account of the moneys given, and lent to the Parliament, since the yeer 1640. by William Pryor of Thurning, in the County of Huntington, together with the losses, crosses, vexations, and imprisonments undergone by the said William Pryor, by the means of the Commit∣tees of Huntington, by Justices of the County; who with their destructive practices, have ende∣vored (as much as in them lie) the destruction of the said Pryor, as will appear by this ensuing Catalogue.
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