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Author: Hesilrige, Arthur, Sir, d. 1661.
Title: Lieut. Colonel John Lilb. tryed and cast: or, his case and craft discovered.: Wherein is shewed the grounds and reasons of the Parliaments proceeding, in passing the act of banishment against him, and wherefore since his coming over hee hath been committed to the Tower by the Parliament. Here likewise, is laid open the partiall, corrupt, and illegal verdicts of his juries, both the former and the later. Being to satisfie all those in the nation that are truly godly, and wel-affected to the peace of the Common-wealth: and to stop the mouths of others; proving, what is done in order to his present imprisonment, is according to the rules of justice and equity contained in the morall law of God, and nature, or sound naturall reason. Published by authority.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Lieut. Colonel John Lilb. tryed and cast: or, his case and craft discovered.: Wherein is shewed the grounds and reasons of the Parliaments proceeding, in passing the act of banishment against him, and wherefore since his coming over hee hath been committed to the Tower by the Parliament. Here likewise, is laid open the partiall, corrupt, and illegal verdicts of his juries, both the former and the later. Being to satisfie all those in the nation that are truly godly, and wel-affected to the peace of the Common-wealth: and to stop the mouths of others; proving, what is done in order to his present imprisonment, is according to the rules of justice and equity contained in the morall law of God, and nature, or sound naturall reason. Published by authority.
Hesilrige, Arthur, Sir, d. 1661.

London: printed by M: Simmons in Aldersgate-street, 1653.
Subject terms:
Deution of persons -- England
Great Britain -- History
Lilburne, John, -- 1614?-1657.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86094.0001.001

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TO All our Countrey-men and Friends throughout the Common-wealth of ENGLAND, PEACE and TRƲTH be wi∣shed every where.
The generall CONTENTS of the BOOKE.
LILBURN Tryed and Cast: OR His Case and Craft discovered. WHEREIN Is shewed the Grounds and Rea∣sons of the Parliament, in passing the Act of Banishment against him, and wherefore, since his coming over he hath been committed to the Tower by the Parliament.
THE EXAMINATION OF THE JURY Who Tryed Liev. Coll. John Lilburn, At the Sessions-House in the Old Baily: Ʋpon Saturday the 20 of August, 1653. Taken before the Councell of State the 23d of the same Moneth, in pursuance of an Order of Parliament of the 21.
The persons following were Examined the 29 of August, 1653. in the morning.