The Continuance of the High Court of Chancery vindicated, to be absolute necessary, (the abuses and corruptions being removed,) and the removal thereof, and the perfect reformation of the proceedings in that court, proposed in several bils weekly, or more often, intended to be published. By many citizens, and others of the Common-wealth, well-knowing of such abuses.
Printed for Lawrence Chapman in the Strand; neer the Savoy.,
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