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Context of The crie of bloud, : or, the humble answer in the behalf of the prisoners for debt in the Marshalsey of the Upper Bench, Fleet, &c. to the frivolous reasons of the filacers, attornies, &c, practicing at VVestminster for the maintenance of the Capias, and arrest of men's bodies for debt, or rather of their extortions, and unlawful gains made thereof upon the ruine as well of the plaintifs as defendants, and murthers of thousands, &c. Dedicated in their names, and behalf to his Excellence Oliver Cromwel, Lord General of the Parlament's armie. Whereunto is added two cases; 1. concerning justice, 2. concerning tithes.
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