1 edition of Abstract of some of the printed laws of New-England. found in the catalog.
Abstract of some of the printed laws of New-England.
1689 in [London? .
Written in English
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|Pagination||4 p. (in portfolio)|
|LC Control Number||73172792|
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An abstract of some of the printed laws of New-England: Which are either contrary, or not agreeable to the laws of England, which laws will immediately come in force, in case the bill in Parliament for the restoring the charters of the plantations doth pass, and are not controllable by any authority in England, as they pretend by their charters.
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