Addressed to 'the reverend Assembly of Divines the humble petition of Thomas Pyke': ‘Humbly sheweth That whereas that Petitioner is so unhappie, that when he was in a faire way, to remove all exceptions made against him in reference to Croydon, one of Crayford, for his owne ends, hath made new suggestions against your Petitioner,’
Thomas Pyke’s petition to the Westminster Assembly of Divines
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- ReferenceGB 123 DWL/RB/1/191
- Former ReferenceGB 123 Treatises v.151
- Dates of Creation1646-7
- Physical Descriptionf 84 (f 84r is blank); 180 x 280 mm.
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Argent / Black v.151 (also listed as v.20); Thomas p.26.
- For Thomas Pyke (1611-76) see also CR. His father, Richard Pyke, may be Baxter’s correspondent – see Corr 617.
- For Richard Byfield (1598-1664), a member of the Westminster Assembly since May 1645, see CR and ODNB.