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Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662 -- Early works to 1800
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Articles of high-treason against Major General Harrison, Sir Arthur Hasilrig, Sir Henry Vane, and Mr. Thomas Scot. With the charge and impeachment upon an arrest of high-treason, in order to their speedy tryal in Westminster Hall: and a declaration touching their several treasons, tyrannies, theft and murders; for which they are to be arraigned, tryed, and convicted, according to the known lawes of the land

London : printed for Marm. Johnson, 1660
1660
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An essay in defence of the good old cause, or A discourse concerning the rise and extent of the power of the civil magistrate in reference to spiritual affairs. With a præface concerning [brace] the name of the good old cause. An equal common-wealth. A co-ordinate synod. The holy common-wealth published lately by Mr. Richard Baxter. And a vindication of the honourable Sir Henry Vane from the false aspersions of Mr. Baxter.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676
London, : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1659
1659
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Haslerig & Vain or, A dialogue between them at their several conference in the Tower of London, being a lamentation of both their vile actions which was formerly committed by them, with all their damnable plots, against the late King Charles after their apprehending. Together with their contrivance against this famous City of London, and now cursing their miserable condition expecting every day for their tryall.

London, : Printed for William Gilbertson., [1660]
1660
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Malice rebuked, or A character of Mr. Richard Baxters abilities. And a vindication oe [sic] the Honourable Sr. Henry Vane from his aspersions in his Key for Catholicks, as it was sent in a letter formerly to Mr. D.R. and is now printed for the publike satisfaction.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676
London, : [s.n.], Printed in the year MDCLIX. [1659]
1659
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A speech delivered by Mr. Pym, at a conference of both Houses; ocasioned from divers instructions, resolved upon by the House of Commons, and presented to the Lords, and read by Sir Henry Vayne. Discovering the dangers and miseries the three kingdomes are liable unto, by reason of his Majesties evill counsellors as the effects doth declare. As also, the justice, reasonablenesse, and necessitie of changing them
Pym, John, 1584-1643
London : Printed for John Bull, June 15. 1642
1642
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The tragical actors or The martyrdome of the late King Charles wherein Oliver's late falsehood, with the rest of his gang are described in their several actions and stations

[[London] : Printed for Sir Arthur, 1660]
1660
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A true narrative of the manner of the taking of Sir George Booth, on Tuesday night last, at Newport-Pannel, being disguised in womans apparel. With his speech to Mr. John Gibbs, minister of the town, upon the entring of his chamber. Likewise, the Parliaments resolve, touching the said Sir George; and the order for committing of him close prisoner to the Tower of London for high-treason, on Wednesday in the evening; and to be kept from having the use of pen, ink, or paper. Also, his examination i

London : printed for Thomas Richardson, 1659
1659
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A true relation of the manner of the taking of Sir George Booth, on Tuesday night last, at Newport-Pannel, being disguised in womans apparel With his speech to Mr. John Gibbs, minister of the town, upon the entring of his chamber. Likewise, the Parliaments resolve, touching the said Sir George; and the order for committing of him close prisoner to the Tower of London for high-treason, on Wednesday in the evening; and to be kept from having the use of pen, ink, or paper. Also, his examination in

London : printed for Nathaniel Cobb, 1659
1659
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