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Transcription from The Tryal of Spencer Cowper of letter to “Sir” from “very sincere Friend,” March the 5th [1698/99] and letter to “Sir” from “yours, &c.,” March 19 [1698/99].
Will of Henry Stout, Maltster of Hertford, Hertfordshire. 13 December 1695. Facsimile courtesy of the National Archives (United Kingdom).
A dialogue between a Quaker and his neighbour in Hertford, about the murder of Mrs. Sarah Stout. London, 1699.Facsimile courtesy of the Newberry Library, Chicago.
Some observations on the tryal of Spencer Cowper, J. Marson, E. Stevens, W. Rogers: that were tried at Hertford, about the murder of Sarah Stout. London, 1701.
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