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Author: Smith, William, soldier.
Title: A relation and vindication of one William Smith, alias, Dowsing, a souldier in service of the state against Iohn Wilson and Captaine Edward Story, his adversaries.: Who surreptiously, and maliciously, by false information, obtained a commission of bankrupt against him in his absence. And the wisedome, equitie, and impartiallity of the Right Honourable Henry, Earl of Kent, Oliver, Earle of Bullingbrooke; and the other commissioners for the custody of the great Seale of England, in calling his adversaries to accompt before them, and righting his wrong. Summum jus summa injuria.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A relation and vindication of one William Smith, alias, Dowsing, a souldier in service of the state against Iohn Wilson and Captaine Edward Story, his adversaries.: Who surreptiously, and maliciously, by false information, obtained a commission of bankrupt against him in his absence. And the wisedome, equitie, and impartiallity of the Right Honourable Henry, Earl of Kent, Oliver, Earle of Bullingbrooke; and the other commissioners for the custody of the great Seale of England, in calling his adversaries to accompt before them, and righting his wrong. Summum jus summa injuria.
Smith, William, soldier.

Printed at London: for Iohn Grove, and are to be sold at his shop in Chancery Lane neer the Rolls, 1644.
Subject terms:
Smith, William, -- soldier.
Wilson, John, -- 17th cent.
Story, Edward.
Kent, Henry Grey, -- Earl of, -- 1594-1651.
Bolingbroke, Oliver St. John, -- Earl of, -- 1580?-1646.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93415.0001.001

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To the Right Honourable the Lords, and other Commissioners for the great Seale of ENGLAND.
testimony
document
account