Perjury the proof of forgery: or Mr. Crofton's civilitie justified by Cadman's falsitie. : Being a full view, and faithful examination of the several evidences, produced in the extrajudicial process, and malicious endeavors of Capt. Tho. Harrison, John Wildgosse and Will. Jellie, (and other their anti-ministerial confederates) to blast his precious name, never stained, until Tench (the blasphemous constable) by pretence of a justices warrant, brought Mary Cadman before no magistrate, but to the Pye and Hoop tavern in Leaden-Hal-street, before the above named persons, who infused with the spirit of impudent lying and forswearing, and therein maintain her and her wicked father. By Alethes Noctroff, an eye and ear witness.

Crofton, Zachary, 1625 or 1626-1672.
Other Title:
Perjury the proof of forgery
Mr. Crofton's civilitie justified by Cadman's falsitie
London : printed for James Nuthal and are to be sold at his house, in the Minories next door to the Dolphin, and likewise at book sellers shops, 1657.
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Cadman, Mary.
Harrison, Thomas, Captain.
Wildgosse, John.
Jellie, Will.
Tench, active 1657.
Crofton, Zachary, 1625 or 1626-1672.
Master and servant -- Early works to 1800.
Alethes Noctroff = Zachary Crofton. Cf. Wing.
Mary Cadman, Crofton's maid, had publicly accused him of whipping her too enthusiastically. Crofton's response was lampooned by Francis Kirkman in his play The Presbyterian lash.
Annotation on Thomason copy: [t.p.] "Septmb: 2d"; [p. 6] "Will"; [p. 11] ", she saye"; [p. 23] "Susanna"; [p. 32] "Marke, John", ", brickland".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Thomason Tracts ; 140:E931[1]) s1999 miun s
Cited in:
Wing (2nd edition, 1994) C6998.
Thomason E.931[1].
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