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Perjury the proof of forgery: or Mr. Crofton's civilitie justified by Cadman's falsitie. : Being a full view, and faithful examination of the several evidences, produced in the extrajudicial process, and malicious endeavors of Capt. Tho. Harrison, John Wildgosse and Will. Jellie, (and other their anti-ministerial confederates) to blast his precious name, never stained, until Tench (the blasphemous constable) by pretence of a justices warrant, brought Mary Cadman before no magistrate, but to the Pye and Hoop tavern in Leaden-Hal-street, before the above named persons, who infused with the spirit of impudent lying and forswearing, and therein maintain her and her wicked father. Preview this item
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Perjury the proof of forgery: or Mr. Crofton's civilitie justified by Cadman's falsitie. : Being a full view, and faithful examination of the several evidences, produced in the extrajudicial process, and malicious endeavors of Capt. Tho. Harrison, John Wildgosse and Will. Jellie, (and other their anti-ministerial confederates) to blast his precious name, never stained, until Tench (the blasphemous constable) by pretence of a justices warrant, brought Mary Cadman before no magistrate, but to the Pye and Hoop tavern in Leaden-Hal-street, before the above named persons, who infused with the spirit of impudent lying and forswearing, and therein maintain her and her wicked father.

Author: Zachary Crofton
Publisher: London : Printed for James Nuthal and are to be sold at his House, in the Minories next door to the Dolphin, and likewise at Book sellers shops, 1657.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Named Person: Mary Cadman; Thomas Harrison, Captain.; John Wildgosse; Will Jellie; Tench; Zachary Crofton; Mary Cadman; Zachary Crofton; Thomas Harrison, Captain.; Will Jellie; Tench; John Wildgosse
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Zachary Crofton
OCLC Number: 607028118
Description: 1 online resource ([12], 37, [1] pages)
Other Titles: Perjury the proof of forgery
Mr. Crofton's civilitie justified by Cadman's falsitie
Responsibility: by Alethes Noctroff, an eye and ear witness.

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