Hammond versus Heamans, or, An answer to an audacious pamphlet, published by an impudent and ridiculous fellow, named Roger Heamans, calling himself Commander of the Ship Golden Lion wherein he endeavours by lies and holy expressions, to colour over his murthers and treacheries committed in the Province of Maryland, to the utter ruine of that florishing plantation : having for a great sum sold himself to proceed in those cruelties, it being altogether answered out of the abstract of credible oaths taken here in England :in which is published His Highnesses absolute (though neglected) command to Richard Bennet Esq., late governour of Virginia, and all others, not to disturbe the Lord Baltamores plantation in Maryland /
|Published:||Printed at London : For the use of the Author, and are to be sold at the Royal Exchange in Cornhill, |
|Series:||Early encounters in North America.
Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 564:18.
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