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Context of A true and perfect relation of the seizing the house of one Master VVilliam Barnes a cavalier, and apprehending him neer VVollage in Kent, by Captaine VVilloughby and his company of volunteers, : and of the finding of a trunk of plate valued at a thousand pounds, a trunk of books, a surplice, and a cope with beads, and other habiliments for a priest, buried in the ground in a stable of the said Barnes. And likewise of the seizing of threescore and fifteene peeces of ordnance, by the said captaine and his company in the woodyard at VVollage, and bringing them to the Tower of London, on Friday the 26 of August, 1642. Also the manner of their dressing of one of their souldiers in the priests garments, which they found with a book in his hand of popish prayers, and bringing him on foot from Blackwall to the Tower, with torchlight at ten of the clock at night
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