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Context of The commoners complaint: or, A dreadful warning from Newgate, to the commons of England. : Presented to the honourable committees for consideration of the commoners liberties. Wherein (as in a glasse) every free-man of England may clearly behold his own imminent insufferable bondage and slavery under the Norman-prerogative men of this kingdom, represented by the present sufferings of Richard Overton; who for his just vindication of the commoners rights and freedoms against the arbitrary domination of the House of Lords, hath by them bin imprisoned these 6 months in the goal of Newgate, his wife and his brother also by them most unjustly cast into Maiden Lane prison: ... Whereunto is annexed the respective appeales of his wife, and his brother, unto the High Court of Parliament, the Commons of England assembled at Westminster
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