Arguments proving the jurisdiction used by the president and counsell in the marches of Wales, over the counties of Glouc., Worcester, Hereford, and Salop to be illegall, and injurious, and a meere incroachment beyond their appointed limits and the proofe is like a threefold cord, not easily broken, viz. [brace] by statutes, by law bookes, by records : whereunto is added a catalogue of part of the manifold grievances to which his majesties subjects are lyable, who live within that jurisdiction

W. H London : Printed for Thomas Wakley, 1641

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