Mr. St. John’s case, as it stood before the Lords Commissioners of the Great Seale, Lord Keeble, and Lord Lisle

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Extended Title

Mr. St. John’s case, as it stood before the Lords Commissioners of the Great Seale, Lord Keeble, and Lord Lisle. The mannor of Sapcot, and a ground called the Face of the Hill, was made over to Mr. Burton, to counter-secure him against several bonds he entered into for Mr. St. Johns, amounting to 5000l. Mr. St. Johns duly paid the interest, before the wars began; and afterwards untill his estate was taken from him, to the value of 8000l.

City of Publication
London
Affiliation
Publisher
[s.n., 1658?]
Year Published
Catalog
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), S323B; ESTC Citation R183185
Description
1 sheet ([1] p.); 1⁰.