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1644Jus populi, or, A discourse wherein clear satisfaction is given as well concerning the right of subjects as the right of princes ..Parker, Henry, 1604-1652.
1647The unlawfulnesse of subjects taking up armes against their soveraigne : in what case soever ...Diggs, Dudley, Sir, 1613-1643.
1647Propositions concerning church government and ordination of ministersWestminster Assembly (1643-1652).
1647Lex talionis, or, A declamation against Mr. Challener : the crimes of the times and the manners of you know whom-
1647A discourse touching the inconveniencies of a long continued Parliament : and the judgement of the law of the land in that behalfeJenkins, David, 1582-1663.
1647The case of the kingdom stated : according to the proper interests of the severall parties ingaged ..Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678.
1647A Calme consolatory view of the sad tempestuous affaires in England-
1648Good English, or, Certain reasons pointing out the safest way of settlement in this kingdom : drawn from the nature of the aims and interests of the severall parties ingaged, and as the case now stands, this second day of May, 1648 ..-
1649A Serious epistle to Mr. William Prynne : wherein is interwoven an answer to a late book of his, the title whereof is inserted in the next leafe-
1649Katadynasths, might overcoming right, or, A cleer answer to M. John Goodwin's Might and right well met ...Geree, John, 1601?-1649.
1649A most pity exhortation delivered in an eloquent oration to the watery generation aboard their admirall at Gravesend by the Right Reverend Mr. Hugh Peters, doctor of the chair for the famous universitie of Whitehall and chaplain in ordinary to the high and mighty K. Oliver ...Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678.
1649To the Right Honourable the Lord Fairfax and his councell of warre, the humble addresse of Henry HammondHammond, Henry, 1605-1660.
1651The high court of justice, or, Cromwell's new slaughter house in England ... arraigned, convicted and condemned ... being the III part of The history of independency, written by the same authorWalker, Clement, 1595-1651.
1656A healing question propounded and resolved upon occasion of the late publique and seasonable call to humiliationVane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662.
1656A healing question propounded and resolved upon occasion of the late publique and seasonable call to humiliation in order to love and union amongst the honest party, and with a desire to apply balsome to the wound before it become incurableVane, Henry, Sir, 1613-1662
1657A letter of addresse to the Protector : occasioned by Mr. Needhams reply to Mr. Goodwins book against the TriersPerson of quality.
1659Twelve queries humbly proposed to the consideration of the Parliament & army for the better security of, and advantage to the present government ...-
1659Three propositions from the case of our three nations ..-
1659The Parliament's answer to the armies proposals ..Great Britain. Parliament.
1659Long Parliament work (if they will please to do't) for the good of the Commonwealth, or, The humble desires of the well-affected revived ...-
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