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  • Complete works of Thomas Carlyle : illustrated.

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    • New York : P.F. Collier, 1901.
    • 1901
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  • Select lives of Cromwell and Bunyan.

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    • London, John Murray, 1849.
    • 1849
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  • The original instrument and republican scheme of government, under the colour whereof the late Oliver Cromwell usurped the regal, and exercized an arbitrary power ... Together with a copy of that self-inconsistent oath which he solemnly took and subscribed, the 16th day of December 1653, upon his being most unaccountably declared Protector of these kingdoms ...

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    • London, A. Moore, 1722.
    • 1722
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  • Oliver Cromwell, a history : comprising a narrative of his life, with extracts from his letters and speeches and an account of the political, religious, and military affairs of England during his time / by Samuel Harden Church.

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    • New York ; London : G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1894.
    • 1894
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  • A manifesto of the Lord protector of the commonwealth of England, Scotland, Ireland, &c., published by consent and advice of his Council. Wherein is shewn the reasonableness of the cause of this republic against the depredations of the Spaniards. Written in Latin by John Milton, and first printed in 1655, now translated into English ... To which is added, Britannia, a poem; by Mr. Thomson, first published in 1727.

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    • London, A. Millar, 1738.
    • 1738-1655
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  • Two letters: the one, sent to the Right Honorable, the Lord Fairfax, from Sir Tho: Fairfax his son, commander in chief of the Palriaments forces; concerning his besieging Sherborn. The other sent to Sir Tho: Fairfax, from Lieutenant Generall Cromwell; concerning the late fight at Shaftsbury, with the Club-men of Dorset, Wilts, and Somerset. Together with a list of the names of the country gentlemen, or ring-leaders of the Club-men, brought prisoners to Sherborn, Aug. 3. 1645. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these letters be forthwith printed and published ...

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    • London, Printed for E. Husband, Aug. 9. 1645.
    • 1645
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  • Lieut: Generall Cromwells letter to the House of commons, of all the particulars of taking the city of Bristoll; and the manner of P: Ruperts marching to Oxford. Together with two orders; the one, for a day of thanksgiving in all parts of the kingdom within the power of the Parliament. And the other, for a collection for a distressed and plundered party in the said city of Bristoll. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter and orders be forthwith printed and published ...

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    • London, Printed for E. Husband, Sept. 18, 1645.
    • 1645
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  • Three letters, from the Right Honourable Sir Thomas Fairfax, Lieut. Gen. Crvmwell and the Committee residing in the army. Wherein all the particulars of the great uictory obtained by our forces against His Majesties, is fully related, fought the 14 of Iune, 1645. With a list of the names of such colonels, captaines, lieutenants, ensignes, and other officers, both of horse and foot there taken prisoners. And the resolution of both Houses upon the same ...

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    • London, Printed for Iohn Wright, 1645.
    • 1645
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  • A catalogue and collection of all those ordinances, proclamations, declarations, &c. which have been printed and published since the government was established in His Highness the lord protector: (viz.) from Decem. 16. 1653. unto Septemb. 3. 1654. VVith their several dates and dependencies ...

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    • London, Printed, by William Du-Gard, and Henry Hills, printers to His Highness the lord protector, 1654.
    • 1654
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  • A perfect and particuler relation of the severall marches and proceedings of the armie in Ireland: from the taking of Drogheda, to this present The taking of Killencarrick, Athloe, Lymerick, Fernes, Enescorthy, The particulers fully of the taking of Wexford, with severall other passages and the armyes advance to Rosse.

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    • London, Printed for F. Leach, annno Domini 1649.
    • 1649
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  • A copy of a letter from an officer of the army in Ireland, to His Highness the lord protector, concerning his changing of the government.

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    • [London, 1656]
    • 1656
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  • The Lord Gen. Cromwel's letter: with a narrative of the proceedings of the English army in Scotland, and a declaration of the General assembly, touching the dis-owning their king and his interest. Published by authority.

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    • London, Printed by E. Husband and J. Field, printers to the Parliament of England, Aug. 23. 1650.
    • 1650
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  • A brief relation containing an abreviation of the argvments urged by the Protector against the government of this nation by a king or a single person. To convince men of the danger and inconveniency thereof. Urged by him to many of the army, at St. Albans, Windsore, at White-hall (a little before the king was beheaded) and at several other places. Published for the good and information of Parliament, army and people.

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    • [London] Printed, January, 1658.
    • 1658
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  • Monarchy asserted, to be the best, most ancient and legall form of government, in a conference had at Whitehall, with Oliver late lord protector & a committee of Parliament: made good by the arguments of Oliver, St. Iohn, lord chief justice. Lord Chief Justice Glyn. Lord Comm. Whitlock ... [and others] members of that committee.

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    • London, Printed by John Redmayne for Philip Chetwin, 1660.
    • 1660
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  • Original letters and papers of state, addressed to Oliver Cromwell; concerning the affairs of Great Britain. From the year MDCXLIX to MDCLVIII. Found among the political collections of Mr. John Milton. Now first published from the originals. By John Nickolls, jun. ...

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    • London, Printed by William Bowyer, and sold by John Whiston bookseller, 1743.
    • 1743
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  • A proclamation by His Highness and the Parliament. Whereas the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the Parliament ... by their humble petition ... have presented their desires unto His Highness Oliver Lord Protector, that he would by ... the name ... of Lord Protector of the commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Irelaand ... hold, and exercise the office of chief magistrate of these nations; whereunto the Lord Protector ... hath consented: and ... the Lord Protector and the Parliament ... do hereby ... charge ... all ... persons ... to conform and submit themselves unto the government so established ... Given at Westminster the 26. day of June, 1657.

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    • London, Printed by H. Hills and J. Field, printers to His Highnes, 1657.
    • 1657
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  • Ionahs cry out of the whales belly: or, Certaine epistles writ by Lieu. Coll. Iohn Lilburne, unto Lieu. Generall Cromwell, and Mr. John Goodwin: complaining of the tyranny of the houses of Lords and Commons at Westminster; and the unworthy dealing of divers (of those with him that are called) his friends ...

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    • [London, 1647]
    • 1647
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  • Three letters, from the Right Honourable Sir Thomas Fairfax, Lieut. Gen. Crumwell and the committee residing in the army. [electronic resource] : Wherein all the particulars of the great victory obtained by our forces against His Majesties, is fully related, fought the 14 of Iune, 1645. With a list of the names of such colonels, captaines, lieutenants, ensignes, and other officers, both of horse and foot there taken prisoners. And the resolution of both Houses upon the same. Die Lunæ, 16 Iune, 1645. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that these letters, with the list of the prisoners, be forthwith printed and published, with the order of both Houses concerning the same. Io. Brown. Cler. Parliament.

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    • London, : Printed for Iohn Wright at the signe of the Kings-head in the Old-baily., 1645.
    • 1645
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  • Two letters: [electronic resource] : the one, sent to the Right Honorable, the Lord Fairfax, from Sir Tho: Fairfax his son, commander in chief of the Parliaments forces; concerning his besieging Sherborn. The other sent to Sir Tho: Fairfax, from Lieutenant Generall Cromwell; concerning the late fight at Shaftesbury, with the Club-men of Dorset, Wilts, and Somerset. Together with a list of the names of the country gentlemen, or ring-leaders of the Club-men, brought prisoners to Sherborn, Aug. 3. 1645. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these letters be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.

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    • London, : Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the Honorable House of Commons., Aug. 9. 1645.
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  • Strong motives, or Loving and modest advice, vnto the petitioners for presbiterian government. [electronic resource] : That they endeavour not the compulsion of any in matters of religion, more then they wish others should endeavour to compell them. But with all love, lenitie, meekenesse, patience, & long-suffering to doe unto others, as they desire others should doe unto them. Whereunto is annexed the conclusion of Lieuten. Generall Cromwells letter to the House of Common tending to the same purpose.

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    • [London : s.n.], Printed October. 1645.
    • 1645
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  • The copy of a letter, from Lieutenant Colonell John Lilburne, to a freind [electronic resource]

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    • [London : Larner's press at Goodman's Fields, 1645]
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  • The Onely right rule for regulating the lawes and liberties of the people of England. [electronic resource] : Presented in way of advise to His Excellency the L. Generall Cromwell, and the rest of the officers of the Army, January 28. 1652. By divers affectionate persons to Parliament, Army, and Commonwealth, inhabiting the cities of London, Westminster, borough of Southwark, and places adjacent.

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    • [London] : Printed for the subscribers, and are to be sold by W.L. at the Black-Moore's Head neer Fleet-Bridge., 1652.
    • 1652
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  • The way to the peace and settlement of these nations, [electronic resource] : fully discovered in two letters, delivered to his late Highnesse, and one to the present Parliament, as also one to his Highnesse Richard Lord Protector, of England, Scotland, and Ireland, &c. Wherein the liberty of speaking ... is opposed against Antichrist, for the procuring of his downfall, who will not grant the same to others; and now published to awaken the publick spirits in England, and to raise up an universal magistrate in Christendome, that will suffer all sorts of people, (of what religion soever they are) in any one countrey, as God (the great magistrate) suffers the same in all countreys of the world. By Peter Cornelius, Van Zurick-Zee, a lover of truth and peace.

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    • London : printed for Daniel White, and are to be sold at his shop at the seaven-Starres, in Pauls Church-Yard, 1659.
    • 1659
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  • To His Excellency, the Lord General Cromwel: And all the honest officers and souldiers in the Army, for the Common-wealth of England. [electronic resource] : The humble remonstrance of many thousands in and about the City of London, on the behalf of all the free-commoners of England.

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    • [London : s.n., 1653]
    • 1653
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  • The copies of severall letters contrary to the opinion of the present powers, presented to the Lord Gen. Fairfax, and Lieut. Gen. Cromwell. [electronic resource] / By Francis White, Maior of his Excellencies regiment of foot.

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    • London : Printed by T. Paine for Tho. Slater, and Stephen Bowtell, 1649.
    • 1649
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  • The Kings Majesties message to His Highnesse the Prince of VVales. [electronic resource] : Concerning the Lord Generall Fairfax, and the Army; and his propositions and desires therein, to be communicated to the Right Honorable the Earl of VVarwick, Lord high Admirall of England. Dated from Hurst Castle, the 6. of December, 1648. Also, His Majesties letter to the Parliament, touching the Army, and the confinement of his royal person to the said castle; with his desires to the citizens of London, touching the saame. And Lieutenant Gen. Crumwels declaration in reference to the King, city, and kingdom: signed O. Crumwel.

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    • [London] : Printed for G. VVharton, 1648.
    • 1648
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  • The Lord Gen. Cromwel's letter: with a narrative of the proceedings of the English Army in Scotland, [electronic resource] : and a declaration of the General Assembly, touching the dis-owning their King and his interest. Published by authority.

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    • London : Printed by Edward Husband and John Field, Printers to the Parliament of England, Aug. 23. 1650.
    • 1650
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  • The Lord Generall Cromwell his march to Sterling. [electronic resource] : Being a diary of all proceedings in the Army from their march out of Edenburgh, to the 25 of September 1650. Also, the Lord Generals proclamation in relation to Edenburgh and Leith. Published by authority.

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    • London : Printed by E.G. in the Old-baily, 1650.
    • 1650
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  • The copie of the Lord of Ormonds letter to the Bishop of Dromer. [electronic resource].

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    • [London : s.n., 1657]
    • 1657
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  • The conclusion of Lieuten: Generall Cromwells letter to the House of Commons, concerning the taking of Bristoll [electronic resource] : which was contained in the originall, (signed by himselfe) but omitted in the printed copy, which is authorized by the House of Commons, (though there was a whole page left blanke in that sheete): whereby the world may know, how both truth it selfe, and that worthy gentleman are wronged (as well as other men) either by the printer or some others.

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    • [London : s.n., 1645]
    • 1645
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  • The demands of his Excellency Tho. Lord Fairfax. And the Generall Councell of the Army, in prosecution of the late remonstrance to the two houses of Parliament [electronic resource] : as also against those persons who were the inviters of the late invasion from Scotland, the instigators and encouragers of the late insurrections in this kingdom. With Lieutenant Generall Cromwels letter to his Excellency concerning the executing of justice upon all offenders, and the setling of the kingdom upon a due, safe, and hopefull succession of Parliaments. By the appointment of his Excellency the Lord Fairfax Lord Generall, and his Generall Councell of the Army. Signed John Rushvvorth.

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    • London : Printed for R.M., 1648.
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  • Whereas it hath pleased the Parliament in and by their act bearing date the 14th of August 1649 ... [electronic resource]

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    • [S.l. : s.n., 1651]
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  • The Commission for Discoveries [electronic resource] : as it passed under the great seal of England.

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    • London : Printed by Tho. Newcomb, 1656.
    • 1656
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  • The Commission for Discoveries [electronic resource] : as it passed under the Great Seal of England.

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    • London : Printed by Tho. Newcomb ..., 1656.
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  • The hypocrites vnmasking, or, A cleare discovery of the grosse hypocrisy of the officers and agitators in the army [electronic resource] : concerning their pretended forwardnesse and reall syncere desires to relieve Ireland ... : by a letter of the agitators to Lieutenant Generall Crumwell, March 30, 1647 : and Colonell Robert Hammmond his unreasonable propositions to the Parliaments and some briefe observations concerning Sir Hardresse Waller, and the Lord Lisle, late governour of Ireland.

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    • London : [s.n.], 1647.
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  • The demands of His Excellency Tho. Lord Fairfax and the Generall Councell of the Army, in prosecution of the late remonstrance to the two houses of Parliament [electronic resource] : as also against those persons who were the inviters of the late invasion from Scotland, the instigators and encouragers of the late insurrections in this kingdom : with Lieutenant Generall Cromwels letter to His Excellency concerning the executing of justice upon all offenders, and the setling of the kingdom upon a du[e], safe, and hopefull succession of Parliaments.

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    • London : Printed for R.M., 1648.
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  • The way to the peace and settlement of these nations [electronic resource] : fully discovered in two letters, delivered to his late Highnesse the Lord Protector, and one to the present Parliament, wherein the liberty of speaking (which every one desires for himself) is opposed against Antichrist, for the procuring of his downfall, who will not grant the same to others; and now published to awaken the publick spirits in England, and to raise up an universal magistrate in Christendome, that can suffer all sorts of people, (of what religion soever they are) in any one countrey, as God (the great magistrate) suffers the same in all countreys of the world. By Peter Cornelius, Van Zurick-Zee, a lover of truth and peace.

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    • [London : s.n.], Printed in the year, 1659.
    • 1659
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  • The warnings of the Lord to the men of this generation [electronic resource] : particularly, to those in power, who are lately past away, ere they so passed; and to them that remain, who are* ready to passe except they speedily repent. As they were given forth in sundry letters, and sent to Oliver Cromwel, Richard his son, late Protectors. The Parrliament [sic] succeeding. The council of officers of the Army. The Council of State. A Member of the Parliament and Council of State, and Committee of Safety. The general council of the officers of the Army a citizen of London, and one of the commissioners of the militia there. By his servant George Bishop. Who is moved of the Lord (now) to publish them, ... Whereunto is added, The burden of Dumah upon occasion of this query, sent in a letter by one related to the Army, viz. - Watchman! What of the night? Watchman! What of the night?

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    • London : printed by M. Inman, and are to be sold at the Three Bibles in Pauls Church-yard, and by Richard Moon, bookseller in Windstreet in Bristol, 1660.
    • 1660
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  • The government op [sic] the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the dominions thereto belonging [electronic resource] : as it was publickly declared at Westminster, the 16. day of December 1653. In the presence of the Lords Commissioners of the Great Seal of England, the Lord Major and aldermen of the City of London, divers of the judges of the land, the officers of state and army, and many other persons of quality. At which time and place his Highness Oliver, Lord Protector of the said Common-wealth, took a solemn oath for observing the same. Published by His Highness the Lord Protector's special commandment.

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    • [Leith] : Printed at London, and re-printed at Leith, anno Dom. 1654.
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  • To His Excellency the L. Generall Cromwell, and the rest of the Councell of the Army of the Comonwealth of England; the humble and faithfull advice of divers affectionate friends to the Parliament, Army and Commonwealth of England [electronic resource]

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  • The onely right rule for regulating the lawes and liberties of the people of England [electronic resource] : Presented in way of advise to His Excellency the L. Generall Cromwell, and the rest of the officers of the Army, January 28. 1652. By divers affectionate persons to Parliament, Army, and Commonwealth, inhabiting the cities of London, Westminster, borough of Southwark, and places adjacent. Presenters in the behalf of themselves and others, George Baldwin, Simon Turner, Philip Travers, William Tennant, Isaac Gray, Robert Everard.

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    • [London] : Printed for the subscribers, and are to be sold by William Larnar, at the Black-Moore's Head neer Fleet-bridge, 1652.
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  • The warnings of the Lord to the men of this generation [electronic resource] : particularly, to those in power, who are lately past away, ere they so passed; and to them that remain, who are* ready to passe except they speedily repent. As they were given forth in sundry letters, and sent to Oliver Cromwel, Richard his son, late Protectors. The Parrliament [sic] succeeding. The council of officers of the Army. The Council of State. A Member of the Parliament and Council of State, and Committee of Safety. The general council of the officers of the Army [sic] a citizen of London, and one of the commissioners of the militia there. By his servant George Bishop. Who is moved of the Lord (now) to publish them,... Whereunto is added, The burden of Dumah upon occasion of this query, sent in a letter by one related to the Army, viz. - Watchman! What of the night? Watchman! What of the night?

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    • London : printed, and are to be sold by Tho. Brewster, at the three Bibles by Pauls, and Richard Moon, bookseller in Bristol, 1660.
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  • To all persons whom these may concern, in the several townes, and plantations of the United Colonies in New-England. [electronic resource] : It is hereby declared, that His Highness the Lord Protectour of the Common Wealth of England &c.: hath commissioned and impowered Daniel Gookin dwelling at Cambridg in the Massachusets, to make agreement with any convenient number of the English in the colonies of New-England, who shall desire to remove themselves or families into Jamaica in the West-Indies ... Dated this 25 of March 1656.

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    • [Cambridge, Mass.? : Printed by Samuel Green?, 1656]
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  • True Relation of a Second Victorie [electronic resource].

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    • London : printed by W.D. by the appointment of the Council of State, 1650.
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  • His Highnesse the Lord Protector's speech to the Parliament in the painted chamber : on Tuesday the 12th of September. 1654. Taken by one who stood very near him, and published to prevent mistakes.

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    • London : Printed by T.R. and E.M. for G. Sawbridge at the Bible on Ludgate-hill, 1654.
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  • A letter from the Lord lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthall esq; speaker of the Parliament of England, relating the several successes it hath pleased God lately to give the Parliaments forces there. : Together with the several transactions about the surrender of Kilkenny, and the articles agreed thereupon die sabbathi, 13 aprilis, 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that the letter of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, ... be forthwith printed and published; ... Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.

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    • London : Printed by Edward Husband and John Field, printers to the Parliament of England, 1650.
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  • The copy of a letter, from Lieutenant Colonell John Lilburne, to a freind.

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    • [London : Larner's press at Goodman's Fields, 1645]
    • 1645
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    Text Rare Books 12-1260Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • The British sailor's discovery, or, The Spanish pretensions confuted [electronic resource] : containing a short history of the discoveries and conquests of Spain in America, with a particular account of the illegal and unchristian means they made use of to establish their settlements there : proving that the sovereign sole dominion, claimed by the Crown of Spain to the West-Indies, is founded upon an unjustifiable possession : whilst the rights and possessions of the British subjects in those parts are both agreeable to the law of nations, and principles of Christianity : that America was discovered and planted by the ancient Britons 300 years before Columbus conducted the Spaniards thither ... : also the declaration of war against Spain by Oliver Cromwell, in 1655 / translated from the Latin original ...

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    • London : Printed for T. Cooper, 1739.
    • 1739
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  • Enthusiasm display'd: being a true copy of a most learned, conscientious, and devout exercise, or sermon, held forth the last Lord's day of April, 1649. at Sir P---- T----'s house in Lincolns-Inn-Fields, by Lieutenant General Oliver Cromwell. As it was faithfully taken in characters by Aaron Guerdon. To which are added, I. The general character of Oliver, extracted from various Authors. II. His Particular Character. By Bevil Higgons; Esq; III. An exact Account of his Magnificent Lying in State, and Pompous Funeral. IV. Some Conjectures concerning the Place of his Burial. By Bishop Kennet. V. Poems on his death. By Mr. Waller and Mr. Cowley [electronic resource].

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    • London : printed and sold by J. Tilly, in Rose and Rainbow-Court, Aldersgate-Street; Mrs. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar; Mrs. Cook at the Royal-Exchange, and H. Chapelle in Grosvenor-Street, MDCCXLIII. 1743.
    • 1743
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  • Antwoort der ... Staten van Zeelant op den brief van Zyne Doorluchtigste Hoogheydt den heere Olivier, protector ... aen Hare Ed. Mog. gesonden in iunio laestleden 1654.

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    • [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 1654.
    • 1654
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    Text GAD p.v. 67 no. 1-46Schwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315

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