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Context of Articles of high-treason drawn up in the name of all the commoners of England against one hundred and fifty judges, lawyers, and attornies: together with the charge exhibited against them; and a declaration to the people, shewing the grounds and reasons thereof. : Also, eight propositions, to the inhabitants of each respective country, throughout England and Wales, and the method, and particular lawes, to be established. Likewise, the manner of administring justice; and in case any lawyer shall take either money, or bribes, to dye as a traytor to the Commonwealth; and the government to be established, as the Commonwealth of Israel was, in Mose's time.
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