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The Resource A Magazine of scandall, or, A heape of wickednesse of two infamous ministers, consorts, one named Thomas Fowkes of Earle Soham in Suffolk, convicted by law for killing a man, and the other named Iohn Lowes of Brandeston, who hath beene arraigned for witchcraft, and convicted by law for a common barrettor : together with the manner how my Lord of Canterbury would put and keep them in the ministery : not withstanding the many petitions and certificates from their parishioners and others, presented to him, they being the head and most notorious of the scandalous ministers within the county of Suffolke, and well may be said of all England : and against whom as chiefe of the scandalous ministers the county of Suffolke have petitioned to the Parliament : and desired to bee seene by Parliament because herein is something mentioned which is conceived, that one of these scandalous ministers have abused the authority of the Lords in Parliament, (electronic resource)

A Magazine of scandall, or, A heape of wickednesse of two infamous ministers, consorts, one named Thomas Fowkes of Earle Soham in Suffolk, convicted by law for killing a man, and the other named Iohn Lowes of Brandeston, who hath beene arraigned for witchcraft, and convicted by law for a common barrettor : together with the manner how my Lord of Canterbury would put and keep them in the ministery : not withstanding the many petitions and certificates from their parishioners and others, presented to him, they being the head and most notorious of the scandalous ministers within the county of Suffolke, and well may be said of all England : and against whom as chiefe of the scandalous ministers the county of Suffolke have petitioned to the Parliament : and desired to bee seene by Parliament because herein is something mentioned which is conceived, that one of these scandalous ministers have abused the authority of the Lords in Parliament, (electronic resource)

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A Magazine of scandall, or, A heape of wickednesse of two infamous ministers, consorts, one named Thomas Fowkes of Earle Soham in Suffolk, convicted by law for killing a man, and the other named Iohn Lowes of Brandeston, who hath beene arraigned for witchcraft, and convicted by law for a common barrettor : together with the manner how my Lord of Canterbury would put and keep them in the ministery : not withstanding the many petitions and certificates from their parishioners and others, presented to him, they being the head and most notorious of the scandalous ministers within the county of Suffolke, and well may be said of all England : and against whom as chiefe of the scandalous ministers the county of Suffolke have petitioned to the Parliament : and desired to bee seene by Parliament because herein is something mentioned which is conceived, that one of these scandalous ministers have abused the authority of the Lords in Parliament
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A Magazine of scandall, or, A heape of wickednesse of two infamous ministers, consorts, one named Thomas Fowkes of Earle Soham in Suffolk, convicted by law for killing a man, and the other named Iohn Lowes of Brandeston, who hath beene arraigned for witchcraft, and convicted by law for a common barrettor
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together with the manner how my Lord of Canterbury would put and keep them in the ministery : not withstanding the many petitions and certificates from their parishioners and others, presented to him, they being the head and most notorious of the scandalous ministers within the county of Suffolke, and well may be said of all England : and against whom as chiefe of the scandalous ministers the county of Suffolke have petitioned to the Parliament : and desired to bee seene by Parliament because herein is something mentioned which is conceived, that one of these scandalous ministers have abused the authority of the Lords in Parliament
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M248
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  • Fowkes, Thomas
  • Laud, William
  • Lowes, John
  • Great Britain
  • Suffolk (England)
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A Magazine of scandall, or, A heape of wickednesse of two infamous ministers, consorts, one named Thomas Fowkes of Earle Soham in Suffolk, convicted by law for killing a man, and the other named Iohn Lowes of Brandeston, who hath beene arraigned for witchcraft, and convicted by law for a common barrettor : together with the manner how my Lord of Canterbury would put and keep them in the ministery : not withstanding the many petitions and certificates from their parishioners and others, presented to him, they being the head and most notorious of the scandalous ministers within the county of Suffolke, and well may be said of all England : and against whom as chiefe of the scandalous ministers the county of Suffolke have petitioned to the Parliament : and desired to bee seene by Parliament because herein is something mentioned which is conceived, that one of these scandalous ministers have abused the authority of the Lords in Parliament, (electronic resource)
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  • "To the right reverend father in God, William Archbishop of Canterbury, the humble petition and information of some of the inhabitants of Earle Soham in Suffolke..." on p. 12-13
  • Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library
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A Magazine of scandall, or, A heape of wickednesse of two infamous ministers, consorts, one named Thomas Fowkes of Earle Soham in Suffolk, convicted by law for killing a man, and the other named Iohn Lowes of Brandeston, who hath beene arraigned for witchcraft, and convicted by law for a common barrettor : together with the manner how my Lord of Canterbury would put and keep them in the ministery : not withstanding the many petitions and certificates from their parishioners and others, presented to him, they being the head and most notorious of the scandalous ministers within the county of Suffolke, and well may be said of all England : and against whom as chiefe of the scandalous ministers the county of Suffolke have petitioned to the Parliament : and desired to bee seene by Parliament because herein is something mentioned which is conceived, that one of these scandalous ministers have abused the authority of the Lords in Parliament, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • "To the right reverend father in God, William Archbishop of Canterbury, the humble petition and information of some of the inhabitants of Earle Soham in Suffolke..." on p. 12-13
  • Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
eebo12590484
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[14] p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000007
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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