The Case and vindication of John Poyntz, alias Morrice, and his friends or, The first part of their long proceedings and oppression in the House of Lords [electronic resource] : who never could be released, notwithstanding the judges of Englands report for their deliverance, but are denyed the benefit of the common law, which is the subjects birth-right and inheritance : this is declared for the satisfaction of all those that wish well, and that will stand up to maintain truth, and that desire their brother commoners deliverances, and to know the oppressors from the oppressed, and what the right and interest of a commoner is, by the great Charter of England.

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Other title:First part of their long proceedings and oppression in the House of Lords.
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Language:English
Published: [London : s.n., Printed] in the Year 1648.
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