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The first and second part of A seasonable, legal, and historicall vindication and chronological collection of the good old fundamentall liberties, franchises, rights, laws of all English freemen . wherein is irrefragably evinced by Parliamentary records, proofs, presidents, that we have such fundame... (1655)

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An ansvver to a proposition in order to the proposing of a Commonwealth or democracy. Proposed by friends to the Commonwealth by Mr. Harringtons consent; who is over-wise in his own conceit, that he propounds a Committee of Parliament, with above one hundred earls, nobles, members, gentlemen, and di... (1659)

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A full declaration of the true state of the secluded members case. In vindication of themselves, and their privileges, and of the respective counties, cities and boroughs for which they were elected to serve in Parliament, against the vote of their discharge, published in print, Jan. 5. 1659. by the... (1660)

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The Machavilian Cromwellist and hypocritical perfidious new statist discovering the most detestable falshood, dissimulation and Machavilian practices of L. G. Cromvvel and his confederates, whereby they have a long time abused and cheated both the houses, city and country; and the wicked and treason... (1648)

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Seven additional quæres in behalf of the secluded Members, propounded to the twice-broken Rump now sitting, the cities of Westminster, London, county of Middlesex, all other counties, cities, boroughs, in England Wales, and all English freemen, whose members are secluded: and also to Scotland and Ir... (1660)

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The third part of a seasonable, legal, and historical vindication of the good old fundamental liberties, franchises, rights, laws, government of all English freemen; with a chronological collection of their strenuous defenses, by wars, and otherwise: of all great Parliamentary Councills, synods, and... (1657)

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A vindication of the imprisoned and secluded Members of the House of Commons, from the aspersions cast upon them, and the majority of the House, in a paper lately printed and published: intituled, An humble answer of the Generall Councel of the officers of the Army under his Excellency Thomas Lord F... (1649)

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The signal loyalty and devotion of God's true saints and pious Christians, especially in this our island towards their kings: (as also of some idolatrous pagans) Both before, and under the law and gospel; expressed by their private and publick prayers, supplications, intercessions, thanksgivings, we... (1680)

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The first and second part of the signal loyalty and devotion of Gods true saints and pious Christians (as also of some idolatrous pagans) tovvards their kings, both before and under the law, and Gospel especially in this our island. Expressed in and by their private and publike private loyal supplic... (1660)

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Concordia discors, or, The dissonant harmony of sacred publique oathes, protestations, leagues, covenants, ingagements, lately taken by many time-serving saints, officers, without scruple of conscience . by William Prynne, Esq. . (1659)

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The second part of A seasonable legal and historical vindication, and chronological collection of the good old fundamental liberties, franchises, rights, lawes, government of all English freemen; their best inheritance and onely security against all arbitrary tyranny and Ægyptian taxes. Wherein the ... (1655)

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