|Author:||Stephens, Edward, d. 1706.|
|Title:||Letters and papers concerning some matters in the last Parliament relating to the commou [sic] rights of all the Commnns [sic] of England, fit to be considered in the next, and by all the said Commons in the mean time.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Letters and papers concerning some matters in the last Parliament relating to the commou [sic] rights of all the Commnns [sic] of England, fit to be considered in the next, and by all the said Commons in the mean time.
Stephens, Edward, d. 1706.
London: printed for the author, 1700 
The letters are signed: Edward Stephens.
The last numbered part bears the colophon: printed in the year 1701. The  p. at end are dated: June 19. 1704. There is a MS. date of: 17 Apr. 1705.
Imperfect; text incomplete, catchwords on p.  of unpaginated sequence: A second.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
To the Knights, Gentlemen and Free-Holders of the County of Gloucester.
QUESTIONS OF Common Right, Proper and Necessary to be considered by all Knights, Gentlemen, Free-hold∣ers, and Commoners of England, and especially those of the Honourable Profession of the Law.
To the Knights, Gentlemen, Freeholders and Commons of England, EDWARD STEPHENS wisheth Prudence, Piety, Peace and Happiness.
To Sir Richard Cocks.
THE CORRUPTION AND IMPIETY OF THE Common Members OF THE Late House of COMMONS.
Part of the Letter to Sir RICHARD COCKS.
To the Knights, Gentlemen, Freeholders and Commons of England.