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Povey, John, fl. 1702 Queen's Council on behalf of Nicholas Bayard and John Hutchins

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03107.05295 Author/Creator: Povey, John, fl. 1702 Place Written: London, England Type: Broadside Date: 1702/01/21 Pagination: 1p. + docket 30.3 x 20.0 Order a Copy

Nicholas Bayard and John Hutchins were previously sentenced to death for the charges of treason and misdemeanor. At this session of the Queen's Council, the accused were granted impunity.

Bayard, Nicholas fl. 1692-1755
Hutchins, John, fl. 1701-1702
Povey, John, fl. 1702

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