TITLE: Truth Rescued From Imposture, Or A Brief Reply To A Meer Rhapsody Of Lies, Folly And Slander; But A Pretended Answer To The Tryal Of William Penn And William Mead, &C. Writ And Subscribed, S. S.
in Collection of the works of William Penn(Volume 1)

AUTHOR:   Penn, William.   - EDITOR:   Penn, William.  

Table of Contents:    Corpus Table of Contents
  • (16)  TRUTH rescued from IMPOSTURE. OR A Brief REPLY to a meer Rhapsody of Lies, Folly, and Slander; But a pretended Answer, to the Tryal of W. Penn, and W. Mead, &c. writ and subscrib'd, S. S.    Starts at - Img NONE Pg UN
  • (17)  TRUTH rescued from Imposture, &c.    Starts at - Img 496 Pg 487
    • (17.2)  PART. II. S. S. his Answer to the pretended Calumnies of the TRIAL Considered.    Starts at - Img 499 Pg 490
    • (17.3)  PART III. A Vindication of my deceased Father's Reputation, from the False and Unworthy Reflections of this Scandalous Libeller.    Starts at - Img 505 Pg 496
    • (17.4)  PART IV. The Grand Case in Controversie, about the Power of Juries, clearly Stated and rationally Resolved.    Starts at - Img 508 Pg 499
    • (17.5)  PART V. The Tryal, as related by S. S. Examined, and his Notes thereon Animadverted.    Starts at - Img 511 Pg 502
    • (17.6)  An APPENDIX; Wherein the fourth Section of S. S. his Pamphlet, (entituled, The Fining of that Jury, that gave two contrary Verdicts Justified, to prevent a Failure of Justice in London) is Examined. By T. Rudyard.    Starts at - Img 520 Pg 511