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CHAP. IV.
3f the many Depredations conmitteel
by other Rebels in divers pans ©f the ,
Kingdom.
WHILE thefe tumults were thus in
agitation by the procurment. of '
John Ball that pernicious Priefl before \
fpoken of one John Wra.w was fent into
Norfolk, and the adjacent countries in j,
order to excite the commons to infurrec- jj
tion $ on like motives, ana to join with
Tyler ; which took fo fuddeniv, that in
Hertfordfhire, about St Al^an s; and at
Bury St Edmunds, in Suffolk, on Corpus
Chrifti Day to the number of fifty thou-
fand- were affembled under theconduct
of one Robert Weft borne.', an inn keeper,
who outrageoufly deftroyed and demolifti-
ed all the Noblemen and Gentlemens
houfes of note ufmg the per tons ill they j
found in them and putrtng to death all
the pfofeflors of the Law they could find, ,.
as tney looked upon them as their great- ;
eft enenu;s.
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