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The true and perfect relation of the taking of Captain James Hind: on Sabbath-Day last in the evening at a barbers house in the Strand neer Clements Church. With the manner how he was discovered and apprehended: his examination before the Councel of State; and his confession touching the King of Scots. Also, an order from the Councel of State concerning the said Captain Hind; the bringing of him down to Newgate (yesterday) in a coach; and his declaration and speech delivered in prison

London : Printed for G. Horton, 1651

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