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Misconduct in office -- England -- Early works to 1800
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An account of the Kings late revenues and debts. Or A true copie of some papers found in the late Archbishop of Canterburies studie, (one of the Commissioners for the Exchequer, An. 1634. and 1635.) Relating to the Kings revenue, debts, and the late Lord Treasurer Portlands gaines by suits, and sale of offices: necessary to be knowne for the common good
Prynne, William, 1600-1669
London, : Printed for Michaell Sparks, 1647
1647
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A remonstrance of many hundreds of wel-affected people in the county of Hertford, or, the case rightly stated, between William Hickman late treasurer of the county aforesaid John Woodward, and others their agents and emissaries, and the honest partie of that countie who petitioning against their evil practices, were summoned before the honorable commissioners appointed by order of parliament. Who upon examination, finding them as corrupt in their trust, as uncivil in their carriages towards the

London : [s.n.], Printed in the year, 1654
1654
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Truth brought to light or, A discovery of some of the frauds and deceits committed by the late collectors : and several commissioners of prizes, and their officers under them. Contained in the insuing breviate of the proceedings of a charge exhibited against them, with their several answers and observations upon the same on the behalf of the Commonwealth,
Turner, Robert, fl. 1654-1665
London : Printed by John Clowes over against the lower Pump in Grub-street, 1659
1659
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