[T]here is a bill; or information in Mr. Atturney General's name fil'd in the Court of Exchequer, : against Benjamin Hyet, Richard Parsons, and others in the county of Gloucester, &c. wherein they are charged in the respective schedules to the said bill annexed, to have heretofore levied and received from the several persons here under written, called dissenters from the Church of England, the several sums following; not deposited, but still detained in their hands, to defraud both King and people. These sums following, are charged in the said bill to have been levied and received by the said Benjamin Hyet or his order, viz. of ...
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- There is a bill; or information in Mr. Atturney General's name fil'd in the Court of Exchequer
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