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0000 0000 6311 6669
Name: 
Vain, Henry
Vain, Henry (Sir)
Vane, Harry
Vane, Harry (Sir)
Vane, Henry
Vane, Henry (Sir)
Vane, Henry The Younger
Vayne, Henry
Vayne, Henry (Sir)
Ven, Genri
Ven, Genri (Sir)
Dates: 
1612?-1662
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author
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Brooke, Robert Greville baron (1608?-1643. [from old catalog])
England and Wales. Court of King's Bench
Loudoun, John Campbell Earl of, 1598-1663
Northumberland, Algernon Percy Earl of, 1602-1668
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
brief answer to a certain declaration, a
cause of the people of england stated, the
Cunning plot to divide and destroy, the Parliament and the city of London, January 16. 1643. i.e. 1644:, A
epistle general, to the mystical body of Christ on earth, 1662:, An
healing question. A healing question propounded and resolved, upon occasion of the late public and seasonable call to humiliation, in order to love and union among the honest party, and with a desire to apply balm to the wound before it becomes incurable., A
healing question propounded and resolved upon occasion of the late publique and seasonable call to humiliation, A
history of the rebellion
light shining out of darkness, the
meditations concerning man's life
needful corrective or balance in popular government, a
of love of god and union with god
people's case stated, the
pilgrimage into the land of promise, a
proceeds of the protector ... against sir henry vane, knight, the
retired man's meditations, the
Sir Harry Vane : his life and times, 1613-1662
Sir Henry Vane's defence. 1662.
speech against richard cromwell, the
speech intended to have been spoken on the scaffold, the
substance of what Sr. Henry Vane intended to have spoken upon the scaffold, on Tower-Hill, at the time of execution, being the 14th. of June, 1662., The
Three speeches delivered in Guild-hall, London, on Tuesday the fourth of March
Three speeches spoken in Gvild-hall, concerning His Majesties refusall of a treaty of peace
trial of sir henry vane, knight, the
tryal of Sir Henry Vane, Kt. at the King's Bench, Westminster, June the 2d and 6th 1662, The : together with what he intended to have spoken the day of his sentence (June 11) for arrest of judgment, (had he not been interrupted and over-ruled by the court) and his bill of exceptions : with other occasional speeches, [et]c. : also his speech and prayer, [et]c. on the scaffold.
two treatises: "epistle general to the mystical body of christ" and "the face of the times"
valley of jehoshaphat, the
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