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<p>Wednesday the 12. of Dec. 1678. Nine of the Clock.</p>
<p>Proclamation was first made for Attendance.</p>
<p>Then the Clerk of Middlesex called for
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<interp inst="o16781211e-1-off188" type="offenceSubcategory" value="seducingAllegiance"/> seducing the Kings Subjects from their Obedience, and from the Protestant Religion </rs>. But when he was brought up, the Court thought fit to defer his Arraignment and Trial till the next week.</p> </div1></div0>

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