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Colchester (Essex) -- History -- Sources -- Early works to 1800
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A message sent to the Parliament from the members of the House of Commons at Colchester, informing them of the passages there, how the multitude doth daily increase, and have plundered the Lady Rivers house at Colchester, and taken from her the value of forty thousand pound in money, plate, jewels, and other things of great worth; threatning moreover to plunder all the papists houses in Essex, conceiving them to be the causers of the present distractions. Likewise the coming of the Earl of South
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons
[London] : Printed for Iohn Iones, August 27. 1642
1642
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Three petitions the one, of the jnhabitants of the towne of Colchester: the other two, of the county of Essex. These petitions were brought by many thousands of the county of Essex, and was accepted the 20. of Ianuary, into both Houses of Parliament. Published by order to prevent false coppies

London : Printed for Benjamin Allen, 1642
1642
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