Author:Edward Bagshaw

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Edward Bagshaw
(1589–1662)

English lawyer and author; sometimes Edward Bagshaw

Works[edit]

  • The Life and Death of Mr. Robert Bolton (1633)
  • Several Speeches in Parliament (1640—1642)
  • Two Arguments in Parliament (1641)
    respecting the Canons and Præmunire
  • Treatise defending the Revenues of the Church in Tithes and Glebe (1646)
  • Short Censure of Will. Prynne's Book, entitled The University of Oxford's Plea refuted (1648)
  • Just Vindication of the Questioned Part of his Reading had in the Middle Temple Hall, 24 Feb. 1639 (1660)
  • True Narrative of the Cause of Silencing him by the Archbishop of Canterbury [in Rushworth's Collections (vol. 3, p. 990)
  • The Rights of the Crown of England as it is established by Law (1660)

Works about Bagshaw[edit]


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