|Author:||Rous, Francis, b. 1615.|
|Title:||A speech made before the Lords in the upper House by Francis Rous Esquire, March the 16th. 1640.: Against Dr. Cossens, Dr. Maynwaring, and Dr. Beale; upon the complaint of Mr. Peter Smart.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A speech made before the Lords in the upper House by Francis Rous Esquire, March the 16th. 1640.: Against Dr. Cossens, Dr. Maynwaring, and Dr. Beale; upon the complaint of Mr. Peter Smart.
Rous, Francis, b. 1615.
At London: Printed for Iohn Wright, Iunior, MDCXLI. 
Great Britain -- Politics and government
Beale, William, -- d. 1650.
Cosin, John, -- 1594-1672.
Maynwaring, Roger, -- 1590-1653.
A SPEECH MADE BEFORE THE LORDS IN THE Vpper HOVSE; By Mr. FRANCIS ROUS Esquire; March the 16th. 1640.
The Declaration was read, and then Hee proceeded thus: