Overbury Sir Thomas

Overbury Sir Thomas, an English author who flourished in the second half of the 17th century, but of whose personal history we know scarcely anything, is noted as the author of A true and perfect Account of the Examination, Trial, Condemnation, and Execution of Joan Perry and her two Sons for the supposed Murder of William Harrison, written by way of Letter to Thomas

Shirley, M.D., in London (1676): — Queries proposed to the serious Consideration of those who impose upon others in things of divine and supernatural Revelation, and prosecute any upon the Account of Religion; with a Desire of their candid and Christian Resolution thereof (1677): — in answer to criticisms on the above, Ratiocinium Vernaculum, or a Reply to Ataxice Obstaculum, etc.

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