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Author: Barkstead, John, d. 1662.
Title: The speeches, discourses, and prayers, of Col. John Barkstead, Col. John Okey, and Mr. Miles Corbet, upon the 19th of April being the day of their suffering at Tyburn : together with an account of the occasion and manner of their taking in Holland : as also of their several occasional speeches, discourses, and letters, both before, and in the time of their late imprisonment : faithfully and impartially collected for a general satisfaction.
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Print source: The speeches, discourses, and prayers, of Col. John Barkstead, Col. John Okey, and Mr. Miles Corbet, upon the 19th of April being the day of their suffering at Tyburn : together with an account of the occasion and manner of their taking in Holland : as also of their several occasional speeches, discourses, and letters, both before, and in the time of their late imprisonment : faithfully and impartially collected for a general satisfaction.
Barkstead, John, d. 1662., Okey, John, d. 1662. Selections. 1662., Corbet, Miles, d. 1662. Selections. 1662.

[London: s.n.], 1662.
Alternate titles: Selections. 1662
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A30965.0001.001

Contents
A Brief Narrative of Colonel Okey, Col. Barksteed and Miles Corbet Esquire their departure out of England, their Christian carriage, and the kind reception they found in all places where they came; Together with the unparaleld Treachery and inhumanity exercised by Sir G. D. In decoying them to, and apprehending them at Delph. As also their surreptitious imbarquing thence, and Transporting to the Tower of London.