|Title:||A vindication of every free-man libertie against all arbitrary power and government, or, A letter of William Larner, prisoner, to Sir Henry Vane, Junior, a parliamentarian wherein is set forth his unjust imprisonment and cruell hard dealings towards the said William Larner.|
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A vindication of every free-man libertie against all arbitrary power and government, or, A letter of William Larner, prisoner, to Sir Henry Vane, Junior, a parliamentarian wherein is set forth his unjust imprisonment and cruell hard dealings towards the said William Larner.
[London: s.n., 1646]
Imprint suggested by Wing.
Dated on p.4: 3 of June, 1646.
Imperfect: stained, with print show-through and slight loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Due process of law -- England.
Detention of persons -- England.
A Vindication of every Free-mans liber∣tie; against all Arbitrary power and Government. OR, A Letter of WILLIAM LARNER Prisoner, to Sir HENRY VANE junior, a Parliament man: Wherein is set forth his unjust Imprisonment, and cruell hard dealings towards the said William Larner.
To the Right honourable, the LORDS assem∣bled in Parliament.