Title: Proposalls for an Act for prevention of the great trouble and charge which the honest people of this nation, have been put to; by wrongfull arrests and imprisonments, and for preserving them from such arrests (being upon feigned great actions) at the sute of divers to whom they have owed nothing.: And also for an other Act for the taking away the great trouble and charge, which the people of this nation have been put to; by sheriffs, bayliffs, serjeants, &c. to procure arrests and appearances of their debtors, &c. in order to the more speedy satisfying of creditors; for the saving to the people of this nation, between 4 and 500000. pounds yearly, part of the 1500000. pounds, formerly proposed to be so saved yearly, mentioned in the proposalls for creditors and prisoners. With a short explanation in particular, how those 300000. pounds, and more, by these proposalls for creditors and prisoners, will be saved. Offered to the same consideration, as those for creditors and prisoners are.
Author: Leach, William.
Publication info: London : Printed by F. Leach, and are to be sold by Lawrence Blaicklock within Temple-Bar, 
subjects: [Civil rights -- England] [Debt, Imprisonment for -- England] [False arrest -- England]
Title: Mistaken justice: or, innocence condemn'd, in the person of Francis Newland, lately executed at Tyburn, for the barbarous murther of Mr. Francis Thomas. Being a true account of the evidence against him, of the truth of his case, and of his behaviour, from the time of his sentence, till his execution; attested by divers credible persons.
Publication info: London : printed for Richard Smith, at the Angel near Lincolns-Inn Back-Gate, going into the fields, 1695.
Title: Reasons for the continuance of the process of arrest, for the good of the Common-wealth.:
Publication info: [London : s.n., 1659]
subjects: [Arrest -- England] [Debt, Imprisonment for -- England]
Title: The case of Edward Strode Gent. in an action of the case, for scandalous words, and pretended false imprisonment, brought against him, Thomas Pemberton Gent. and Henry Manning defendants, by George Rodny plaintiff.
Author: Strode, Edward.
Publication info: [London? : s.n., 1686]