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The iust reward of rebels, or The life and death of Iack Straw, and Wat Tyler, who for their rebellion and disobedience to ther king and country, were suddenly slaine, and all their tumultuous rout covercome and put to flight. : Whereunto is added the ghost of Iack Straw, as he lately appeared to the rebells in Ireland, wishing them to forbeare and repent of their divellish and inhumane actions against their lawfull King and country. Preview this item
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The iust reward of rebels, or The life and death of Iack Straw, and Wat Tyler, who for their rebellion and disobedience to ther king and country, were suddenly slaine, and all their tumultuous rout covercome and put to flight. : Whereunto is added the ghost of Iack Straw, as he lately appeared to the rebells in Ireland, wishing them to forbeare and repent of their divellish and inhumane actions against their lawfull King and country.

Publisher: Printed at London : For F. Couls, I. Wright, T. Banks and T. Bates, 1642.
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Genre/Form: History
Early works
Early works to 1800
Named Person: Jack Straw; Wat Tyler; Jack Straw; Wat Tyler
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 607029112
Description: 1 online resource ([16] pages) : illustrations
Other Titles: Just reward of rebels
Life and death of Iack Straw, and Wat Tyler, who for their rebellion and disobedience to their King and country, were suddenly slaine, and all their tumultuous rout overcame and put to flight

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