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A new discovery of the prelates tyranny, in their late prosecutions of Mr William Pryn, an eminent Lawyer; Dr. Iohn Bastwick, a learned physitian; and Mr. Henry Burton, a reverent divine. Wherein the separate, and joynt proceedings against them in the high-commission, and Star Chamber; their petitions, speeches, cariages, at the hearing, and execution of their last sentence, and the orders, letters for, and manner of their removes to, and close imprisonments in the Castles of Lanceston, Lancaster, Carnarvan, and Isles of Sylly, Garnsey and Jersy; the proceeddings against the Chestermen, and others before the lords and high commissioners at Yorke for visiting Mr. Prynne; the Bishop of Chesters order, for ministers to preach against M. Prynne, and the Yorke Commissioners decree to deface, and burne his pictures at Chester high-Crosse. The House of Commons order for, and manner of their returnes from exile; their petitions to the Parliament; the votes of the Commons house upon the report of their cases, declaring the proceedings and censures against them illegall, groundlesse, and against the subjects liberty, with M. Prynnes argument, proving all the parts of his censures, with the proceedings against him, and his Chester friends at York, to be against law; are truly related; for the benefit of the present age, and of posterity. Preview this item
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A new discovery of the prelates tyranny, in their late prosecutions of Mr William Pryn, an eminent Lawyer; Dr. Iohn Bastwick, a learned physitian; and Mr. Henry Burton, a reverent divine. Wherein the separate, and joynt proceedings against them in the high-commission, and Star Chamber; their petitions, speeches, cariages, at the hearing, and execution of their last sentence, and the orders, letters for, and manner of their removes to, and close imprisonments in the Castles of Lanceston, Lancaster, Carnarvan, and Isles of Sylly, Garnsey and Jersy; the proceeddings against the Chestermen, and others before the lords and high commissioners at Yorke for visiting Mr. Prynne; the Bishop of Chesters order, for ministers to preach against M. Prynne, and the Yorke Commissioners decree to deface, and burne his pictures at Chester high-Crosse. The House of Commons order for, and manner of their returnes from exile; their petitions to the Parliament; the votes of the Commons house upon the report of their cases, declaring the proceedings and censures against them illegall, groundlesse, and against the subjects liberty, with M. Prynnes argument, proving all the parts of his censures, with the proceedings against him, and his Chester friends at York, to be against law; are truly related; for the benefit of the present age, and of posterity.

Author: William Prynne; John Bastwick; Henry Burton; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons.
Publisher: Printed at London : for M.S., 1641.
Series: Early English books online.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Named Person: John Bastwick; Henry Burton; William Prynne; John Bastwick; Henry Burton; William Prynne; John Bastwick; Henry Burton; William Prynne
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: William Prynne; John Bastwick; Henry Burton; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons.
OCLC Number: 606655930
Notes: A briefe relation of certaine speciall and most materiall passages and speeches in the Starre-chamber occasioned and delivered the 4th of June 1637. -- E.162[2].
Dr. Bastwick's answer : E.162[2] p. 17.
Mr. Burton's answer : E.162[2] p. 25.
Errata listed at end of E.162[2] p. [1] at end.
Text is continuous despite pagination.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Description: 1 online resource (48, 56, 59-90, [8], 91-190, 199-226, [1] p.)
Series Title: Early English books online.
Other Titles: Briefe relation of certaine speciall and most materiall passages, and speeches in the Starre-Chamber

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