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Capital punishment -- England -- Early works to 1800
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[Retsah] a cry against a crying sinne: or, A just complaint to the magistrates, against them who have broken the statute laws of God, by killing of men meerly for theft. Manifested in a petition long since presented to the Common Councel of the City of London, on the behalfe of transgressours. Together with certaine proposals, presented by Col. Pride to the Right Honourable the generall Counsell for the Army, and the Committee appointed by the Parliament of England, to consider of the inconvenie
Chidley, Samuel
Printed at London : for Samuel Chidley, dwelling in Bow Lane, at the signe of the Chequor, 1652
1652
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Retsah, a cry against a crying sinne, or, A just complaint to the magistrates, against them who have broken the statute laws of God, by killing of men meerly for theft manifested in a petition long since presented to the Common Councel of the city of London, on the behalfe of transgressours : together with certaine proposals, presented by Col. Pride to the Right Honourable the Generall Counsell for the Army, and the Committee appointed by the Parliament of England, to consider of the inconvenien
Chidley, Samuel
Printed at London : for Samuel Chidley ..., 1652
1652
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The speech of the queene of sluts At her execntion [sic] at Tyburne, on Wednesday February 25. 1662, with a true relation of eleven more that were executed the same time

London : [s.n.], printed in the year 1663
1663
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To His Highness the Lord Protector, and the Parliament of England, &c.
Chidley, Samuel
[London : s.n., 1657]
1657
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