A true confutation of a fals and scandalous pamphlet, entituled, The true state of the case of Sir Iohn Gell lately published to deceiv the people, and to smother Sir John Gell's confederacie with Colonel Andrews and others, under oath of secrecie, to destroie the present government. Or a sober vindication of the Council of State, and High Court of Justice from the impudent aspersions of that pamphlet. Published to undeceiv all the well-affected of this Common-wealth. By John Bernard Gent. captain of a troop of hors in the service of the Parlament.
printed by Will. Du-Gard,
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Gell, John, > Sir, > 1593-1671. > True state of the case of Sir John Gell > Controversial literature > Early works to 1800.
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