The Prisoner's advocate, or, A caveat against under sheriffs and their officers, jayl-keepers and their agents shewing I. The great abuses all persons suffer, both before and after they are committed to prison, II. The notorious imposition and fraululent practices of spunging-houses detected, III. The orders of the court of King's-Bench for regulating all the jayls in England ..., IV. An exact table of the fees belonging to Fleet and King's Bench prisons, and the legal expense of removing any person from one to the other, by habeus corpus.
Printed for W. Osborn ...,
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