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The Liberty of the Freeborne English-Man, Conferred on him by the house of lords. June 1646. John Lilburne. His age 23. Year 1641. Made by G. Glo.

“Gaze not upon this shaddow that is vaine, But rather raise thy thoughts a higher straine, To GOD (I meane) who set this young man free, And in like straits, can eke (also) deliver thee. Yea though the lords have him in bonds againe LORD of lords will his just cause maintaine.”

Tracts on Liberty by the Levellers and their Critics (1638-1659), 7 vols. Edited by David M. Hart and Ross Kenyon (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2014). Titles available to date:

Introduction

Publishing information about each title can be found in the catalog of the George Thomason collection (henceforth “TT” for Thomason Tracts). Each tract is given a catalog number and a date when the item came into his possession (thus not necessarily the date of publication). We have used these dates to organise our collection in rough chronological order:

Catalogue of the Pamphlets, Books, Newspapers, and Manuscripts relating to the Civil War, the Commonwealth, and Restoration, collected by George Thomason, 1640-1661. 2 vols. (London: William Cowper and Sons, 1908).

  • Vol. 1. Catalogue of the Collection, 1640-1652
  • Vol. 2. Catalogue of the Collection, 1653-1661. Newspapers. Index.

Biographical information about the authors can be found in the Biographical Dictionary of British Radicals in the Seventeenth Century, ed. Richard L. Greaves and Robert Zeller (Brighton, Sussex: The Harvester Press, 1982-84), 3 vols.

  • Volume I: A-F
  • Volume II: G-O
  • Volume III: P-Z

Key

Key: “4.6. Anon., A Solemne Engagement of the Army (8 June 1647)” - this anonymous tract entitled “A Solemne Engagement of the Army” was dated “8 June, 1647” by George Thomason in his catalog and can be found in volume 4 and is tract number 6.

Anonymous (52)

  • 8.3. Anon., The Lamentable Complaints of Nick Froth the Tapster (May 1641)
  • 8.6. Anon., A Question Answered (21 April, 1642)
  • 8.11. Anon., The Privileges of the House of Commons (31 December, 1642)
  • 8.13. Anon., The Actors Remonstrance (24 January, 1643)
  • 8.14. Anon., Touching the Fundamentall Lawes of this Kingdome (24 February, 1643)
  • 8.16. Anon., Briefe Collections out of Magna Charta (19 May, 1643)
  • 8.18. Anon., The Subject of Supremacie (14 June, 1643)
  • 8.20. Anon., A Dialogue betwixt a Horse of Warre and a Mill-Horse (2 January, 1644)
  • 8.22. Anon., The Arch-Cheate, or the Cheate of Cheats (4 October, 1644)
  • 8.31. Anon., The World is turned Upside Down (8 April, 1646)
  • 9.3. Anon., London’s Account; or a Calculation of the Arbitrary and Tyrannicall Exactions, Taxations (1 February, 1647)
  • 4.6. Anon., A Solemne Engagement of the Army (8 June 1647)
  • 9.8. Anon., Vox Militaris (11 August, 1647)
  • 9.9. A Dyer, Study to be Quiet; or a short View of the Miseries of Warre (16 August, 1647)
  • 9.11. Anon., A Remonstrance of the Shee-Citizens of London (21 August, 1647)
  • 5.12. [Anon.], The Free Mans Plea for Freedom (18 May, 1648).
  • 5.13. [Anon.], The Peaceable Militia (16 August, 1648).
  • 9.13. Anon., Vox Populi (1 November, 1647)
  • 9.14. Anon., Observations upon Quartering (4 November, 1647)
  • 9.21. Anon., To the Supream Authority of England, the Commons assembled in Parliament. The earnest Petition of many Free-born People of this Nation (18 January, 1648)
  • 9.26. Anon., Turn apace, turn apace; or the money-mills must be kept going (22 June, 1648)
  • 9.27. Anon., A Pittiful Remonstrance (7 July, 1648)
  • 9.28. Anon., The Faerie Leveller (27 July, 1648)
  • 5.15. [Anon], [The Petition of 11 September 1648] (11 September, 1648).
  • 5.16. [Anon.], A Full Answer to the Levellers Petition (11 September, 1648).
  • 5.17. [Anon.], The Remonstrance or, Declaration, of Mr. Henry Martin (25 September, 1648).
  • 5.18. [City of London], Londons Ancient Priviledges Unvailed (28 September, 1648).
  • 5.19. [Anon.], Salus Populi Solus Rex. The Peoples safety is the sole Soveraignty (17 October, 1648)
  • 9.31. Anon., A Remonstrance or Declaration of the Army (20 November, 1648)
  • 9.33. Anon., The Gallant Rights, Christian Priviledges, Solemn Institutions of the Sea-green Order (27 November, 1648)
  • 9.34. Anon., The Leveller Institutions for a Good People (30 November, 1648)
  • 5.21. [Anon.], Light shining in Buckingham-shire (5 December, 1648).
  • 9.35. Anon., Women Will Have their Will (12 December, 1648)
  • 5.25. [Anon.], Foundations of Freedom, Or An Agreement of the People (15 December, 1648).
  • 5.28. [Anon.], Articles exhibited against the King (28 December, 1648).
  • 9.37. Anon., The Peoples Right briefly Asserted (15 January, 1649)
  • 6.1. Anon., The humble Petition of firm and constant Friends to the Parliament and Common-wealth (18 January, 1649)
  • 9.40. [W.J.], A Dissection of all Governments (1 March, 1649)
  • 6.27. Anon., The humble Petition of divers wel-affected Women inhabiting the Cities of London, Westminster, etc. (5 May, 1649)
  • 9.43. Anon., The Levellers New Remonstance (15 June, 1649)
  • 9.48. Anon., The Remonstrance of many Thousands of the Free-People of England (21 September, 1649)
  • 7.5. Anon., The Humble Petition of divers well-affected People (31 August, 1650).
  • 7.6. Anon., The Soap-makers Complaint for the losse of their Trade (24 September 1650).
  • 7.10. Anon., A Declaration of the Armie concerning Lieut. Collonel John Lilburn (14 February, 1651).
  • 7.12. Anon., A Declaration of the Commoners of England (13 February, 1652).
  • 7.16. Anon., Zeal Examined (15 June, 1652).
  • 7.17. Anon., The Vindication of Christmas (22 December, 1652).
  • 7.20. Anon., The Fundamental Lawes and Liberties of England (9 July, 1653).
  • 7.31. Anon., Killing is Murder (21 September, 1657)
  • 7.34. Anon., The Leveller: Or The Principles & Maxims Concerning Government and Religion (16 February 1659).
  • 7.38. Anon., Lilburnes Ghost (22 June, 1659).
  • 7.41. Anon., The Grand Concernments of England ensured (25 October, 1659).

William Bray (3)

  • 9.44. William Bray, Innocency and the Blood of the slain Souldiers, and People (17 July, 1649)
  • 7.40. William Bray, A Plea for the Peoples Good Old Cause (17 October, 1659).
  • 7.42. William Bray, A Plea for the Peoples Fundamentall Liberties and Parliaments (c. 1660).

Katherine Chidley (3)

  • 8.4. Katherine Chidley, The Justification of the Independant Churches of Christ (October, 1641)
  • 8.23. Katherine Chidley, A New Years Gift (2 January, 1645)
  • 8.27. Katherine Chidley, Good Council to the Petitioners for Presbyterian Government (1 November, 1645)

Oliver Cromwell (2)

  • 5.20. Oliver Cromwell, A New Remonstrance and Declaration from the Army (18 November, 1648).
  • 5.23. King Charles I, Oliver Cromwell, The Kings Majesties Message (6 December, 1648).

James Freize (4)

  • 8.32. James Freize, Every mans Right (18 April, 1646)
  • 9.46. James Frieze, Why not? Eight queries made to the Parliament (22 August, 1649)
  • 7.28. James Freize (Freese), A Moderate Inspection into the Corruption of the Common Law of England (17 June, 1656).
  • 7.36. James Freize, The Out-cry! (16 May, 1659).

John Goodwin (3)

  • 1.7. John Goodwin, Anti-Cavalierism (21 October, 1642).
  • 2.6. John Goodwin, Theomachia (2 September 1644).
  • 6.13. Oliver Cromwell, The Declaration of Lieutenant Generall Crumwel Concerning the Levellers (14 May 1649).

John Hare (4)

  • 8.5. John Hare, The Marine Mercury (6 January, 1642)
  • 9.10. John Hare, St. Edwards Ghost: or, Anti-Normanisme (17 August, 1647)
  • 9.15. John Hare, Plaine English to our wilfull Bearers with Normanisme (4 November, 1647)
  • 9.23. John Hare, Englands Proper and onely Way to an Establishment in Honour, Freedome, Peace and Happinesse (24 January, 1648)

John Harris (2)

  • 9.4. John Harris, The Royal Quarrell, or Englands Lawes and Liberties vindicated (9 February, 1647)
  • 9.19. John Harris, The Grand Designe (8 December, 1647)

Philip Hunton (2)

  • 8.17. Philip Hunton, A Treatise of Monarchy (24 May, 1643)
  • 8.21. Philip Hunton, A Vindication of the Treatise of Monarchy (26 March, 1644)

Thomas Johnson (2)

  • 8.24. Thomas Johnson, A Discourse on Freedome of Trade (11 April, 1645)
  • 8.29. Thomas Johnson, A Plea for Free-Mens Liberties (26 January, 1646)

John Lilburne (43)

  • 1.2. John Lilburne, A Light for the Ignorant (1638).
  • 1.3. John Lilburne, A Worke of the Beast (1638).
  • 1.1. John Lilburne, The Christian Mans Triall (12 March 1638, 2nd ed. December 1641).
  • 2.7. John Lilburne, A Copy of a Letter (15 January 1645).
  • 8.25. John Lilburne, Respecting the Power of Disposing of the Militia (30 August, 1645)
  • 8.26. John Lilburne, Englands Miserie and Remedie (14 September, 1645)
  • 2.10. [John Lilburne], Englands Birth-Right Justified (10 October 1645)
  • 3.2. John Lilburne and Richard Overton, The out-cryes of Opressed Commons (28 February 1646).
  • 3.7. John Lilburne, The Free-mans Freedom Vindicated (16 June 1646).
  • 3.15. [John Lilburne], Liberty Vindicated against Slavery (21 August 1646).
  • 3.20. John Lilburne, London’s Liberty in Chains discovered (October 1646) (short version ??)
  • 3.21. John Lilburne, Vox Plebis, or The Peoples Out-cry Against Oppression, Injustice, and Tyranny (19 November, 1646).
  • 3.22. John Lilburne, The Charters of London: or, The second Part of Londons Liberty in Chaines discovered (18 December 1646) (short version)
  • 8.35. John Lilburne, The Charters of London: or, The second Part of Londons Liberty in Chaines Discovered (18 December, 1646)
  • 4.1. John Lilburne, Regall Tyrannie discovered (6 January 1647)
  • 9.2. John Lilburne, The Oppressed Mans Oppressions declared (30 January, 1647)
  • 4.5. John Lilburne, The resolved mans Resolution, to maintain his civill Liberties and freedomes (30 April 1647)
  • 9.6. John Lilburne, Rash Oaths unwarrantable (31 May, 1647)
  • 9.7. John Lilburne, Jonahs Cry out of the Whales belly (26 July, 1647)
  • 9.12. John Lilburne, Two Letters Writ (13 September, 1647)
  • 4.17. [Signed by Several, attributed to John Lilburne], Englands Freedome, Souldiers Rights (14 December 1647)
  • 5.4. John Lilburne, A Defiance to Tyrants (28 January, 1648).
  • 5.7. [John Lilburne], A Declaration of some Proceedings of Lt. Col. John Lilburn (14 February, 1648).
  • 5.8. John Lilburne, The Peoples Prerogative and Priviledges (17 February, 1648).
  • 9.25. John Lilburne, A Whip for the present House of Lords (27 February, 1648)
  • 5.10. John Lilburne, The Prisoners Plea for a Habeas Corpus (4 April, 1648).
  • 9.29. [John Lilburne], To the Right Honourable, and supreame Authority of this Nation (11 September, 1648)
  • 5.29. John Lilburne, A Plea for Common-right and Freedom (28 December, 1648).
  • 6.3. John Lilburne, Englands New Chains Discovered (26 February 1649)
  • 6.6. [John Lilburne], The Second Part of Englands New-Chaines Discovered (24 March 1649)
  • 6.7. John Lilburne, Thomas Prince, Richard Overton, The Picture of the Councel of State (4 April, 1649)
  • 6.11. John Lilburne, William Walwyn, Thomas Prince, Richard Overton, An Agreement of the Free People of England (1 May 1649)
  • 6.12. Robert Lockier, John Lilburne, and Richard Overton, The Army’s Martyr (4 May 1649)
  • 6.16. John Lilburne, The Legall Fundamentall Liberties of the People of England Revived, Asserted, and Vindicated (8 June 1649)
  • 6.22. John Lilburne, An Impeachment of High Treason against Oliver Cromwel (10 August 1649)
  • 6.24. [John Lilburne], An Outcry of the Youngmen and Apprentices of London (29 August 1649)
  • 6.25. John Lilburne, Truths Victory over Tyrants and Tyranny (26 October 1649)
  • 7.13. John Lilburne, His letter to his dearly beloved wife (March 1652).
  • 7.14. John Lilburne, As you Were (May 1652).
  • 7.21. John Lilburne, The Upright Mans Vindication (1 August 1653).
  • 7.22. John Lilburne, The Just Defence of John Lilburn (25 August 1653).
  • 7.23. John Lilburne, An Hue-and Cry after the Fundamental Lawes and Liberties of England (26 September, 1653).
  • 7.27. John Lilburne, The Resurrection of John Lilburne (16 May 1656).

Marchamont Nedham (4)

  • 9.18. Marchamont Nedham, The Levellers Levelled (3 December, 1647)
  • 9.30. Marchamont Nedham, A Plea for the King (20 November, 1648)
  • 9.36. Marchamont Nedham, The Great Feast at the Sheep-shearing of the City and Citizens (c. 1649)
  • 7.4. Marchamont Nedham, The Case of the Common-wealth of England stated (8 May, 1650).

Richard Overton (14)

  • 2.2. Richard Overton, Mans Mortalitie (19 January 1644).
  • 2.9. [Richard Overton], The Araignment of Mr. Persecution (8 April 1645).
  • 2.12. [Richard Overton], The Ordinance for Tythes Dismounted (29 December 1645).
  • 8.28. Richard Overton, Divine Observations upon the London Ministers Letter against Toleration (24 January, 1646)
  • 3.11. [Richard Overton], A Remonstrance of Many Thousand Citizens (7 July 1646).
  • 3.12. [Richard Overton], An Alarum to the House of Lords (31 July 1646).
  • 3.16. [Richard Overton], A Defiance against all Arbitrary Usurpations (9 September 1646).
  • 3.18. Richard Overton, An Arrow against all Tyrants and Tyrany (12 October 1646). (modern spelling)
  • 8.34. Richard Overton, An Arrow against all Tyrants and Tyranny (12 October, 1646) (replacement for 3.18)
  • 4.2. [Richard Overton], The Commoners Complaint (1 February 1647)
  • 4.11. [Richard Overton], An Appeale from the degenerate Representative Body the Commons of England (17 July 1647)
  • 9.45. Richard Overton, A New Bull-Bayting: or, A Match Play’d at the Town-Bull of Ely (7 August, 1647)
  • 6.19. Richard Overton, Overton’s Defyance of the Act of Pardon (2 July 1649)
  • 6.21. Richard Overton, The Baiting of the Great Bull of Bashan (16 July 1649)

Henry Parker (2)

  • 1.6. Henry Parker, Observations upon some of his Majesties late Answers and Expresses (2 July 1642).
  • 5.5. Henry Parker, Of a Free Trade (5 February, 1648).

William Prynne (12)

  • 8.10. William Prynne, A Vindication of Psalme 105.15 (6 December, 1642)
  • 1.9. William Prynne, The Soveraigne Power of Parliaments and Kingdomes (15 April 1643).
  • 1.11. William Prynne, An Humble Remonstrance against The Tax of Ship-money (7 October 1643).
  • 5.1. William Prynne, A New Magna Charta (1 January, 1648).
  • 5.2. William Prynne, The Petition of Right of the Free-holders and Free-men (8 January, 1648).
  • 5.3. William Prynne, The Machivilian Cromwellist and Hypocritical perfidious New Statist (10 January, 1648).
  • 9.24. William Prynne, A Publike Declaration and Solemne Protestation of the Freemen of England and Wales (7 February, 1648)
  • 5.9. William Prynne, The Levellers Levelled to the very Ground (21 February, 1648).
  • 6.20. William Prynne, A Legall Vindication Of the Liberties of England, against Illegall Taxes (16 July 1649)
  • 7.24. William Prynne, A Declaration and Protestation against New Taxes (18 October, 1653).
  • 7.29. William Prynne, A Summary Collection of the principal Fundamental Rights, Liberties, Proprieties of all English Freemen (6 November, 1656)
  • 7.33. William Prynne, Demophilos, or, The Assertor of the Peoples Liberty (3 March 1658).

John Rushworth (3)

  • 4.8. [Signed by John Rushworth, attributed to Henry Ireton], A Declaration, or, Representation From his Excellency, Sir Thomas Fairfax, And the Army under his command. (14 June 1647)
  • 5.24. John Rushworth, Thomas Fairfax, [A Declaration Concerning the Freedom of Trade and Commerce] (15 December, 1648).
  • 6.2. John Rushworth, A Petition Concerning the Draught of An Agreement of the People (20 January 1649)

John Selden (2)

  • 8.1. John Selden, A Brief Discourse concerning the Power of the Peeres (1640)
  • 8.30. John Selden, Tyth-gatherers, no Gospel Officers (27 January, 1646)

Edward Sexby (4)

  • 9.5. Edward Sexby, William Allen, Thomas Shepherd, For our Faithfull and ever Honored Commanders (6 May, 1647)
  • 9.16. Edward Sexby, Copy of a Letter to all the Souldiers in the Armie (11 November, 1647)
  • 9.17. Edward Sexby, A Letter from Several Agitators of the Army to their Respective Regiments (11 November, 1647)
  • 7.30. Edward Sexby, Killing, No Murder (21 September, 1657).

John Streater (3)

  • 7.19. John Streater, A Glympse of that Jewel Libertie (31 March, 1653).
  • 7.26. John Streater, The Picture of the New Courtier (18 April, 1656).
  • 7.37. John Streater, Government Described (1 June, 1659).

William Walwyn (30)

  • 1.4. [William Walwyn], A New Petition of the Papists (September 1641).
  • 1.8. [William Walwyn], Some Considerations Tending to the Undeceiving (10 November 1642).
  • 1.10. [William Walwyn], The Power of Love (19 September 1643).
  • 2.5. [William Walwyn], Good Counsell (29 July 1644).
  • 2.4. [William Walwyn], The Compassionate Samaritane (5 January 1645).
  • 2.8. [William Walwyn], A Helpe to the right understanding of a Discourse concerning Independency (6 February 1645).
  • 2.11. [William Walwyn], Englands Lamentable Slaverie (11 October, 1645).
  • 3.1. [William Walwyn], Tolleration Justified, and Persecution Condemn’d (29 January 1646).
  • 3.3. William Walwyn, A Whisper in the Eare of Mr. Thomas Edwards (13 March 1646).
  • 3.4. William Walwyn, A Word More to Mr. Thomas Edwards (19 March 1646).
  • 3.5. [William Walwyn], A Word in Season (18 May 1646).
  • 3.6. William Walwyn, An Antidote against Master Edwards (10 June 1646).
  • 3.8. [William Walwyn], A Pearle in a Dounghill (23 June 1646).
  • 3.9. [William Walwyn], The Just Man in Bonds (23 June 1646).
  • 3.14. William Walwyn, A Prediction of Mr. Edwards (11 August 1646).
  • 3.17. [William Walwyn], A Demurre to the Bill (7 October 1646).
  • 3.19. William Walwyn, A Parable, (29 October 1646).
  • 4.3. [William Walwyn], The humble Petition of many thousands [also known as “The Petition of March”] (March 1647) (duplicate??)
  • 4.4. William Walwyn, A Still and Soft Voice From the Scriptures (March/April 1647)
  • 4.7. [William Walwyn], The poore Wise-mans Admonition unto All the plaine People of London (10 June 1647)
  • 4.9. [William Walwyn], Gold Tried in the Fire (14 June 1647)
  • 5.14. [William Walwyn], The Bloody Project (21 August, 1648).
  • 5.22. [William Walwyn], A True and Ful Relation (6 December, 1648).
  • 5.26. [William Walwyn], No Papist Nor Presbyterian (21 December, 1648).
  • 6.4. [William Walwyn], The Vanitie of the present Churches (12 March 1649)
  • 6.8. [William Walwyn], The English Souldiers Standard (5 April 1649)
  • 6.15. William Walwyn, The Fountain of Slaunder Discovered (30 May 1649)
  • 6.18. William Walwyn, Walwyns Just Defence (c. June/July 1649)
  • 7.9. William Walwyn, Juries justified (2 December, 1650/1651).
  • 7.15. William Walwyn, Walwyns Conceptions; for a Free Trade (May 1652).

Richard Ward (3)

  • 8.8. Richard Ward, The Vindication of the Parliament (15 October, 1642)
  • 8.9. Richard Ward, The Anatomy of Warre (26 November, 1642)
  • 8.19. Richard Ward, The Character of Warre (11 August, 1643)

John Warr (2)

  • 9.38. John Warr, The Priviledges of the People, or Principles of Common Right and Freedome (5 February, 1649)
  • 9.42. John Warr, The Corruption and Deficiency of the Lawes of England (11 June, 1649)

John Wildman (2)

  • 4.14. [John Wildman], A Cal to all the Souldiers of the Armie (29 October 1647) (duplicate)
  • 4.18. John Wildman (with William Walwyn), Putney Projects (30 December 1647)

Gerrard Winstanley (4)

  • 9.47. Gerrard Winstanley, A Watch-word to the City of London (10 September, 1649)
  • 6.26. William Everard and Gerrard Winstanley, The True Levellers Standard Advanced (c. 1649)
  • 7.3. Gerard Winstanley, An Appeale to all Englishmen (26 March, 1650)
  • 7.8. Gerrard Winstanley, An Humble Request, to the Ministers of both Universities (c. 1650).

Tracts by Multiple Authors (11)

  • 4.10. [Several hands, calling themselves “Agitators”], A Copie of a Letter Sent From the Agitators of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax’s Armie. (21 June 1647)
  • 4.12. [Signed by Several People, but attributed to John Wildman], The Case of the Armie Truly stated (15 October 1647)
  • 4.13. [Several Hands], The Putney Debates (28 October - 1 November 1647)
  • 4.15. [Several Hands], An Agreement of the People for a firme and present Peace (3 November 1647)
  • 4.16. [Signed by Several], To the supream Authority of England, the Commons in Parliament assembled (23 November 1647) (also known as “The Petition of November” or “The humble Petition of many free-born people”)
  • 5.30. [Several Hands], The Whitehall Debates (December, 1648 - January, 1649).
  • 6.5. [Divers hands], The Hunting of the Foxes (21 March 1649)
  • 6.9. [Several Hands], A Manifestation from Lieutenant Col. John Lilburn, Mr William Walwyn, Mr Thomas Prince, and Mr Richard Overton (14 April 1649)
  • 6.10. [John Prince], Walwyns Wiles (23 April 1649)
  • 6.23. [Six Soldiers], The Levellers (falsely so called) Vindicated (14 May 1649)
  • 7.11. Several Hands, The Onely Right Rule (28 January 1652).

Authors with only One Title (28)

  • 7.35. William Allen, A Faithful Memorial of that Remarkable Meeting (27 April 1659).
  • 9.41. Robert Bennet, King Charles Triall Justified (9 May, 1649)
  • 6.14. [Humphrey Brooke], The Charity of Church-men: or, A Vindication of Mr William Walwyn (28 May 1649)
  • 9.39. John Canne, The Golden Rule, or Justice Advanced (16 February, 1649)
  • 9.32. Charles I, His Majesties Declaration to all His loving Subjects (23 November, 1648)
  • 8.33. John Cotton, The Controversie concerning Liberty of Conscience (9 October, 1646)
  • 7.39. Zachary Crofton, Excise Anotomiz’d, and Trade Epitomiz’d (20 September, 1659).
  • 8.2. John Davies, An Answer to those Printed Papers by the late Patentees of Salt (1641)
  • 5.11. Sir Robert Filmer, The Anarchy of a Limited or Mixed Monarchy (10 April, 1648).
  • 7.43. Margaret Fell Fox, Womens Speaking Justified (c. 1666).
  • 2.1. Thomas Goodwin, Philip Nye, Sidrach Simpson, Jeremiah Burroughes, and William Bridge, An Apologetical Narration (3 January 1644).
  • 1.5. Robert Greville, Lord Brooke, A Discourse opening the Nature of that Episcopacie, which is exercised in England (November 1641).
  • 7.32. Michael Hawke, Killing is Murder (c. 1657).
  • 7.1. Richard Hollingworth,, An Exercitation concerning Usurped Powers (18 December, 1649/1650).
  • 9.20. Thomas Jordan, The Anarchie or the blessed Reformation since 1640 (11 January, 1648)
  • 5.27. [Lieut. Col. John Jubbes], Several Proposals for Peace & Freedom (22 December, 1648).
  • 3.10. William Larner, A Vindication of every Free-mans libertie (June 1646).
  • 5.6. Henry Marten, The Parliaments Proceedings justified (7 February, 1648).
  • 8.7. John Marsh, The Great Question concerning the Militia (30 September, 1642)
  • 8.12. John Norton, The Miseries of War (17 January, 1643)
  • 6.17. Thomas Prince, The Silken Independents Snare Broken (20 June 1649)
  • 2.3. Henry Robinson, Liberty of Conscience (24 March 1644). [deleted - 8.15. Henry Robinson, Liberty of Conscience (24 March, 1643)]
  • 7.25. Thomas Saunders, The Humble Petition of Several Colonels (18 October, 1654).
  • 3.13. S. Shepheard, The Famers Fam’d (4 August 1646).
  • 7.2. Mary Stiff, The good Womens Cryes against the Excise of all their Commodities (4 January 1650).
  • 9.1. John Taylor, The World turned Upside Down (28 January, 1647)
  • 7.7. George Walker, Anglo-Tyrannus, or the Idea of a Norman Monarch, (3 December, 1650).
  • 7.18. Benjamin Worsley, Free Ports (c. 1652).

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