The cry of the innocent & oppressed for justice: or, A brief relation of the late proceedings against the prisoners called Quakers in London

Publication Date1664
Remainderand the manner of their tryal at the sessions holden at Hicks's Hall and Old-Bailey on the 14th, 15th and 17th day of October 1664. At which places thirty-one of the said prisoners were sentenced for banishment. The matter which they suffer thus for, and are exposed to this severe sentence, is their meeting together upon the account of worshipping God in spirit, according to their usual manner. Together with some animadversions or observations upon the said proceedings; as also how the London-jury was dealt with for not bringing in a verdict of guilty against so many of the said prisoners, as they went out upon. Published for the information of all that desire to know the truth of these things
Extent39, [1] p.
LocationPrinted at London

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