Halifax and Its Gibbet-law Placed in a True Light: Together with a Description of the Town, the Nature of the Soil, the Temper and Disposition of the People, the Antiquity of Its Customary Law, and the Reasonableness Thereof ; with an Account of the Gentry, and Other Eminent Persons Born and Inhabiting Within the Said Town, and the Liberties Thereof ; with Many Other Matters and Things of Great Remark Never Before Publish'd ; to which are Added the Tragedies Committed by Sir John Eland, of Eland, and His Grand Antagonists
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