The araignement of Mr. Persecution :
presented to the consideration of the House of Commons, and to all the common people of England wherein he is indicted, araigned, convicted, and condemned of emnity against God, and all goodnesse, of treasons, rebellion, bloodshed, &c. and sent to the place of execution. In the prosecution whereof, the Jesuiticall designes, and secret encroachments of his defendants, Sir Symon Synod, and the John of all Sir Johns, Sir Jonh [sic] Presbiter, upon the liberty of the subject id detected, and laid open, by reverand yongue Martin Mar-Preist, son to old Martin the Metrapolitane [i.e.., Richard Overton]. This is licensed, and printed according to holy order, but not entered into the Stationers monopole.
|Main Creator:||Overton, Richard, fl. 1646.|
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Europe [i.e. London?] : printed by Martin Claw-Clergie [i.e. Richard Overton], printer to the reverend Assembly of Divines, and are to be sould at his shop in Toleration Street, at the signe of the Subjects Liberty, right opposite to Persecuting Court, 1645.
Martin Mar-Priest = Richard Overton.
Sometimes attributed to Henry Robinson.
The imprint is false; "published by Overton's own press" (Brailsford, H.N. "The levellers and the English revolution", p.54).
Physical description: , 28, 28-45,  p. ; 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), O620
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