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Grimston, Harbottle. Mr Grymstons speech in Parliament upon the accusation and impeachment of William Laud Arch-bishop of Canterbury, upon high treason : declaring his wicked proceedings, and exorbitant power, both in church and common-wealth

Widdrington, Thomas, Sir. Sr. Tho. VViddringtons speech at a conference betweene both Houses, on Tuesday the 20. of July, 1641. : At the transmission of the impeachment against Matthew Wren Doctor in Divinity, late Bishop of Norwich, and now Bishop of Ely