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 Proctor, Richard AnthonyPurchas, Samuel 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Prynne, William
 
(b. Swainswick, Somersetshire, 1600; d. London, October 24th, 1669). “Histrio - Mastix: the Player’s Scourge, or Actor’s Tragedie” (1633); “Newes from Ipswich” (1637), “The Antipathie of the English Lordly Legacie both to Regall Monarchy and Civil Unity” (1641); “A Pleasant Purge for a Roman Catholic to Evacuate his Evill Humours” (1642), “Pride’s Purge” (1648); “Records of the Tower;” “Parliamentary Writs,” etc. See vol. iii. of Howell’s “State Trials and Documents Relating to William Prynne,” etc. (Camden Society, 1877).   1
 


 Proctor, Richard AnthonyPurchas, Samuel 

 
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