HARRINGTON. Mr Harrington's Case, upon the First Occasion of his Troubles, [?London, n.p., c.1679]. (2 catchwords cropped, slightly browned.) A curious story in which Mr Harrington attempted to make public the scandal of French impressment of Scotchmen and was imprisoned and tried for his pains. This part (was there another?) ends with the jury very reluctantly finding him guilty. Not apparently in Wing. [Bound with]: Freedom of Religious Worshi[p] or, the Iubilee of Ordinances, [London, n.p.], 1654. (Title slightly defective, some catchwords and signatures cropped, some dampstaining.) Wing F2125A (4 copies) [and]: M. E. Protection perswading Subjection, London: Henry Hillsm 1653. (A few page-numerals shaved or cropped, some staining.) Wing M20 (5 copies) [and]: VANE, Henry. A Healing Question propounded and resolved, London: for T. Brewster, 1660. Title within a typographical border. Wing V70; and 9 others (Wing P416, P3571, E1507, E2520, E2209, E1392, R1402, S2383 & R855). Together 13 pamphlets in one volume, 4° (172 x 124mm). Early 18th-century panelled calf (slightly rubbed, head and foot of spine chipped). Sold as a volume of pamphlets, not subject to return.