The Resource Killing is murder, and no murder, or, An exercitation concerning a scurrilous pamphlet of one William Allen, a Jesuitical impostor, intituled, Killing no murder : wherein His Highness honor is vindicated and Allens impostors discovered : and wherein the true grounds of government are stated, and his fallacious principles detected and rejected : as also his calumnious scoffs are perstringed and cramb'd down his own throat, by Mich. Hawke, of the Middle-Temple, Gentl

Killing is murder, and no murder, or, An exercitation concerning a scurrilous pamphlet of one William Allen, a Jesuitical impostor, intituled, Killing no murder : wherein His Highness honor is vindicated and Allens impostors discovered : and wherein the true grounds of government are stated, and his fallacious principles detected and rejected : as also his calumnious scoffs are perstringed and cramb'd down his own throat, by Mich. Hawke, of the Middle-Temple, Gentl

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Killing is murder, and no murder, or, An exercitation concerning a scurrilous pamphlet of one William Allen, a Jesuitical impostor, intituled, Killing no murder : wherein His Highness honor is vindicated and Allens impostors discovered : and wherein the true grounds of government are stated, and his fallacious principles detected and rejected : as also his calumnious scoffs are perstringed and cramb'd down his own throat
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Killing is murder, and no murder, or, An exercitation concerning a scurrilous pamphlet of one William Allen, a Jesuitical impostor, intituled, Killing no murder
Title remainder
wherein His Highness honor is vindicated and Allens impostors discovered : and wherein the true grounds of government are stated, and his fallacious principles detected and rejected : as also his calumnious scoffs are perstringed and cramb'd down his own throat
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by Mich. Hawke, of the Middle-Temple, Gentl
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Hawke, Michael
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  • Sexby, Edward
  • Titus, Silius
  • Great Britain
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general
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Killing is murder, and no murder, or, An exercitation concerning a scurrilous pamphlet of one William Allen, a Jesuitical impostor, intituled, Killing no murder : wherein His Highness honor is vindicated and Allens impostors discovered : and wherein the true grounds of government are stated, and his fallacious principles detected and rejected : as also his calumnious scoffs are perstringed and cramb'd down his own throat, by Mich. Hawke, of the Middle-Temple, Gentl
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Note
  • Edward Sexby and Silius Titus were joint authors of "Killing no murder"; William Allen, under whose name this work appeared, was, like Sexby, a trooper in Cromwell's own regiment. Cf
  • Marginal notes
  • Imperfect: portrait is lacking in filmed copy
  • Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York
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[9], 56 p.
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cl0037000011
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Electronic reproduction.
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Killing is murder, and no murder, or, An exercitation concerning a scurrilous pamphlet of one William Allen, a Jesuitical impostor, intituled, Killing no murder : wherein His Highness honor is vindicated and Allens impostors discovered : and wherein the true grounds of government are stated, and his fallacious principles detected and rejected : as also his calumnious scoffs are perstringed and cramb'd down his own throat, by Mich. Hawke, of the Middle-Temple, Gentl
Publication
Note
  • Edward Sexby and Silius Titus were joint authors of "Killing no murder"; William Allen, under whose name this work appeared, was, like Sexby, a trooper in Cromwell's own regiment. Cf
  • Marginal notes
  • Imperfect: portrait is lacking in filmed copy
  • Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
eebo12844447
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[9], 56 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
port.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000011
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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