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Title: Illustrations of Jack Cade's Rebellion, from researches in the Guildhall Records; together with some newly-found letters of Lord Bacon, &c. By B. B. Orridge. To which are added contributions by W. Durrant Cooper, etc.
Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions
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Orridge, Benjamin; Cade, Jack;
xi, 99 p. ; 4º.
Jack Cade is a pseudonym used by Noel Twyman for his novels. He is the author of "Bloody Treason: the Assassination of John F. Kennedy, " and "Secreto: the Strange Case of the Fisherman's Son." He now lives in San Diego with his wife.
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