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Author: Vowell, Peter, d. 1654.
Title: The last speech of M. Peter Vowell,: which he intended to have delivered (had he been permitted) upon the tenth of July, 1654. Being the day of his suffering death, in the place where Charing Cross once stood. Written by himself a little before his suffering. Published for general satisfaction.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The last speech of M. Peter Vowell,: which he intended to have delivered (had he been permitted) upon the tenth of July, 1654. Being the day of his suffering death, in the place where Charing Cross once stood. Written by himself a little before his suffering. Published for general satisfaction.
Vowell, Peter, d. 1654.

[London: s.n.], Printed in the yeer MDCLIV. [1654]
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A True Copie of what was spoken, and intended to have been spoken (had he not been forbidden) by M. Peter Vowell, upon Munday the tenth of July, 1654. (on which day he suffered death in the place where Charing-Cross stood) as from the Original paper writ∣ten with his own hand appeareth.