Vavasoris examen, & purgamen: or, Mr. Vavasor Powells impartial triall: who being apprehended upon the late hue and cry, raised after him, hath appealed to God and his country, and is found not guilty. Or, The thanks of the Welsh itinerants for their pretious New-years-gift, (being a chain of blew beads, above an hundred lyes on a string) lately sent them, by their namelesse, truthlesse, and shamelesse benefactor, wherein the calumniators monstrous draught is expunged, and Mr. Powell drawn out in his proper colours. Published, by Edward Allen, John Griffith, Esq; James Quarrell, Charles Lloyd. Pr.
Printed for Thomas Brewster and Livewell Chapman, and are to be sold at the three Bibles in Pauls Church-yard, and at the Crown in Popes-head-alley,
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