Hewet John 1614 1658 : A declaration from the Isle of Wyght, and county of Hampshire concerning the King: : and the triall of Captain Burley, upon high treason about the late muteny [sic] in the said isle. Also the mayor and aldermens letter of the city of Rochester in Kent, to Sir Thomas Fairfaxes officers, to keep their forces from coming thither : and the answer thereunto. Together with the burning of the gates of Canterbury. A regiament [sic] gone to Dover, and the governours propositions concerning delivering up of the castle to whom Sir Thomas Fairfax shall appoint. Janua. 23. 1647. Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbott.
Hewetson Edward : Advertisement. : You may have good drugget and sagathie suits, made well and fashionable, for the first size men, at 3 guineas a suit, & the larger size at 3 pound ten and good cloath suits for 4 pound, and 4 pound ten, by Edward Hewetson, ...
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Hewett Robert : Edward Rooper, Esq; cousin and heir of John Rooper, Esq; deceased. Appellnt. Robert Hewett and Daniel Hickman (the Protestant executors of the said John Rooper,) Thomas Radcliffe and William Constable (the Popish executors of the said John Rooper,) Richard Snow, William Plowden, Robert Cotton, John Proby, Eliz. Walden, Hester Walden, Mary Fletcher, and Charles Mannors, respondts. : The appellant's case.