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A legal examination of abuses of law concerning forcible entry, imprisonment without warrant, riots, routs and unlawful assemblies, the publick peace, and breach of it, oppression and duress by goals & goalers, &c. : clearly evincing the abuse and illegality done in the prosecution against the people called Quakers in the city of Bristol, both by statute & common-law, reason and approved authorities.

Title:A legal examination of abuses of law concerning forcible entry, imprisonment without warrant, riots, routs and unlawful assemblies, the publick peace, and breach of it, oppression and duress by goals & goalers, &c. : clearly evincing the abuse and illegality done in the prosecution against the people called Quakers in the city of Bristol, both by statute & common-law, reason and approved authorities.
Note:London : Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle ..., 1682
  
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Subject:Society of Friends -- England -- Bristol
Subject:Law -- England
Subject:Freedom of religion -- England
Subject:Riots -- England
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