A briefe relation of the late horrid rebellion acted in the island Barbadas [i.e. Barbados] in the West-Indies: wherein is contained, their inhumane acts and actions, in fining and banishing the well-affected to the Parliament of England (both men and women) without the least cause given them so to doe : dispossessing all such as any way opposed these their mischievous actions : acted by the Waldronds and their abettors, anno 1650
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abettors Act and Oath Act of Indemnity amongst appeare apprehended Armes Army businesse Captaine John charge Church of England Colonel Waldrond Colonell James Drax commanded Commission Commissioners Constant Silvester Counsell Countrey Country Declaration Delinquents Estates designe desire divers doth Edward Thompson Edward Waldrond endeavour England Esquire fining and banishing forces formerly Generall Assembly Gentlemen Goldwell Government Governour granted guilty hath hereby high a nature Honour Horse imployed ingagement Inhabitants Iohn James Browne John Johnson Justice of Peace King labour late Disturbers lawfull legall tryall Lieut Lieutenant Colonell Drax Loyalty Majesty mischievous actions nominated non-conformists offence Order otherwayes Parish Parliament particular peace person or persons Petition place of Authority plot present pretence of Liberty proceedings Propositions publick purpose raysed Rebellion Regiment rights and priviledges ruine Sectaries severall Sugar summe take notice taken thereof thing Thomas Mathews Thomas Middleton Thomas Modiford thousand pounds unto wherein whilest