Fovrtie articles in the high covrt of Parliament against William Lang

who was vicar in the Parish of Bradworthy in the county of Devon but now prisoner in the city of London : with a petition to the right honorable House of Commons : shevving the odiousnesse of his life and actions desiring that his triall may not be prolonged nor his execution hindred : being one of the late tribe of lordly bishops.
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SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 249:E.132, no. 25.
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Fovrtie articles in the high covrt of Parliament against William Lang: who was vicar in the Parish of Bradworthy in the county of Devon but now prisoner in the city of London: with a petition to the right honorable House of Commons: shevving the odiousnesse of his life and actions desiring that his triall may not be prolonged nor his execution hindred: being one of the late tribe of lordly bishops.

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