Law unknown, or, Judgement unjust

Publication Date1662
RemainderWherein is shewed, that some persons were indicted, judged, and condemned at the sessions in the Old Bailey, London, by an unknown Law, neither printed nor published; nor any ways knowable by the common people: whereby the inhabitants of this nation may perceive what unavoidable bondage and slavery they are going into. With a brief relation of the killing of John Townesend, by Major Crosby at St. Albones, and the proceedings of court thereupon, in quitting the said Crosby, and punishing the peaceable standers by: and some remarkable passages of Sir Harbottle Grimston in the said tryal. Together also with certain queries, grounded upon the Act of Indempnity, especially recommended to the serious consideration of the said Sir Harbottle, and all the members of that Parliament whereof he was speaker
Extent11, [1] p.

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