Qvatermayns conqvest over Canterbvries covrt. Or a briefe declaration of severall passages between him and the Archbishop of Canterbury with other commissioners of the High Commission Court, at six severall appearances before them, and by them directed to Doctor Featly; with their severall conferences; and the doctors reports to the court. As also his imprisonment by vertue of a warrant from the lords of the councell, with ten privie councellours hands to it. With his appearance before the lords of the councell, and his answers to the Archbishop and the Lord Cottington, concerning conventicles, and his answer to foure queries, propounded unto him concerning the Scots. As also his tryall three severall sessions, by vertue of a commission in Oyer and Terminor at the Guild Hall London, and his blessed deliverance. And lastly, a prayer, and thankesgiving, in an acknowledgement of Gods mercy in his deliverance. By Roger Quatermayne.
printed by Thomas Paine, for Roger Quatermayne,
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