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A prospective glasse wherein Englands bondage under the Normane yoke, with the rise, growth, and continuation is clearly asserted, a subject not yet ... law came to be in an unknown tongue. (1649).

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Pages: 34

Language: English

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Publisher: EEBO Editions, ProQuest (13 Dec. 2010)

By: Henry Walker (Author)

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A prospective glasse wherein Englands bondage under the Normane yoke, with the rise, growth, and continuation is clearly asserted, a subject not yet treated upon shewing how the law came to be in an unknown tongue.
Lover of Englishmens freedomes.
Walker, Henry, fl. 1641-1660.
Attributed by Wing to Henry Walker.
[2], 20 p.
London : Printed at the authors charge, 1649.
Wing / W380
English
Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library


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