A legall vindication of the liberties of England, against illegall taxes ... or, Reasons assigned by William Prynne why he can neither in conscience, law, nor prudence submit to the new illegall tax of ninety thousand pounds the month, Volume 10
to be sold at the Swan, 1649
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