Musgrave muzl'd: or the mouth of iniquitie stoped. Being a true and cleer vindication of Sir Arthur Hazelrige from a false and scandalous accusation of John Musgrave, in his late pamphlet intituled, A true and exact relation of the great and heavie pressurs and grievances the well-affected of the Northern bordering counties lye under by Sir A.H. misgovernment. With a true but not exact character of the said Musgrave in some discoveries of him.
Printed by John Macock, for L. Lloyd, and H. Cripps, and are to be sold at their shop in Popes head Alley,
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Musgrave, John, > fl. 1654. > A true and exact relation of the great and heavy pressures and grievances the well-affected of the northern bordering counties lye under.
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