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The substance of the petition of Henry Farmer, Ralph Sheldon, Thomas Stoner, John Weedon, Esqrs., and Winfird Brooke widow, papists, praying to be heard by their Council against the Bill, for the discovery of all lands and revenues given to Popish superstitious uses, and for applying the same to Greenwich Hospital

Title:The substance of the petition of Henry Farmer, Ralph Sheldon, Thomas Stoner, John Weedon, Esqrs., and Winfird Brooke widow, papists, praying to be heard by their Council against the Bill, for the discovery of all lands and revenues given to Popish superstitious uses, and for applying the same to Greenwich Hospital
Note:[London : s.n., 169-?]
  
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Subject:Farmer, Henry
Subject:Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich
Subject:Broadsides -- England -- London -- 17th century
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