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Title: A bloody independent plot discovered.: Prosecuted by the open malice and fury of divers Agitators, Levellers, Anabaptists, Brownists and other sectaries and London agents. 1 To murder the King. 2 [To] divide the Army. 3 [To] levell the nobility and gentry. 4 [To] abolish the Protestant Religion. 5 [To] act any design that shall be destructive to all these; accounting it a wilfull sinne against God if they do it not, if their consciences shall dictate it unto them. Those five were committed by the House of Commons, Nov. 25. for prosecuting these most horrid designes before mentioned. (Viz.) Thomas Prince, cheese-monger. Samuel Chidley, stocken-seller. committed to the Gate-house. Ieremy Ives. Wil: Larner. Book-binder. And Thomas Taylor. Committed to Newgate.
Publication Info: [London : s.n.], Printed in the year of the Saints Treason, 1647.
subjects: [Conspiracies -- England] [Dissenters, Religious -- England] [Ives, Jeremy] [Taylor, Thomas, -- fl. 1647] [Chidley, Samuel] [Larner, William] [Prince, Thomas]
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Title: Every mans case, or A brotherly support to Mr. VVill. Larner,: prisoner in the New-Prison in Mayden-Lane, London. Also, another letter from a prisoner, to Mr. Larner.
Publication Info: [London : Larner's last press, 1646]
subjects: [Detention of persons -- England] [Booksellers and bookselling -- England] [Censorship -- England] [Larner, William, -- fl. 1641-1659]
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Title: Every mans case: or, A brotherly support to Mr. Larner, prisoner in the new prison in Mayden-lane.
Publication Info: [London : s.n., 1646]
subjects: [Detention of persons -- England] [Great Britain -- History] [Larner, William]
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Title: To the supream authority of England, the Commons in Parliament assembled.: The humble petition of many free-born people. Together with a copy of the order of the commitment of five of the petitioners, viz. Mr. Thomas Prince and Mr. Samuel Chidley in the Gate-House. Capt. Tayler, Mr. William Larner, and Mr. Ives in Newgate. As also some observations upon the said order.
Publication Info: [London : s.n., 1647]
subjects: [Detention of persons -- England] [Great Britain -- History] [Great Britain -- Politics and government] [Chidley, Samuel] [Larner, William] [Prince, Thomas] [Taylor, Thomas, -- fl. 1647] [Ives, Jeremy] [England and Wales. -- Parliament -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: A true relation of all the remarkable passages, and illegall proceedings of some sathanicall or Doeg-like accusers of their brethren, against William Larner, a free-man of England,: and one of the merchant-tailers company of London, for selling eight printed sheets of paper (all of one matter,) intituled, Londons last warning; as also against John Larner, and Jane Hales his servants. ...
Publication Info: [London : Larner's last press, 1646]
subjects: [Freedom of the press -- England] [Booksellers and bookselling -- England] [Larner, William, -- fl. 1641-1659]
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