The Resource The legal fundamental liberties of the people of England, revived, asserted and vindicated. Or an epistle, written the 8. of Iune, 1649., by Lieutenant Colonel John Lilburn (arbitrary and aristocratical prisoner in the Tower of London) to Mr. William Lenthal, Speaker to the remainder of those few knights, citizens, and burgesses, that Colonel Thomas Pride, at his late purge, thought convenient to leave sitting at Westminster ... who ... pretendedly stile themselves ... the Parliament of England, intrusted and authorised by the consent of all the people thereof, whose representatives by election ... they are; although they are never able to produce one bit of a law, or any piece of a commission to prove, that all the people of England, ... authorised Thomas Pride, ... to chuse them a Parliament, ... And therefore it cannot properly be called, the nations or peoples Parliament, but Colonel Prides and his associates, whose really it is; who, although they have beheaded the King for a tyrant, yet walk in his oppressingest steps, if not worse, and higher, (electronic resource)

The legal fundamental liberties of the people of England, revived, asserted and vindicated. Or an epistle, written the 8. of Iune, 1649., by Lieutenant Colonel John Lilburn (arbitrary and aristocratical prisoner in the Tower of London) to Mr. William Lenthal, Speaker to the remainder of those few knights, citizens, and burgesses, that Colonel Thomas Pride, at his late purge, thought convenient to leave sitting at Westminster ... who ... pretendedly stile themselves ... the Parliament of England, intrusted and authorised by the consent of all the people thereof, whose representatives by election ... they are; although they are never able to produce one bit of a law, or any piece of a commission to prove, that all the people of England, ... authorised Thomas Pride, ... to chuse them a Parliament, ... And therefore it cannot properly be called, the nations or peoples Parliament, but Colonel Prides and his associates, whose really it is; who, although they have beheaded the King for a tyrant, yet walk in his oppressingest steps, if not worse, and higher, (electronic resource)

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The legal fundamental liberties of the people of England, revived, asserted and vindicated. Or an epistle, written the 8. of Iune, 1649.
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The legal fundamental liberties of the people of England, revived, asserted and vindicated. Or an epistle, written the 8. of Iune, 1649.
Statement of responsibility
by Lieutenant Colonel John Lilburn (arbitrary and aristocratical prisoner in the Tower of London) to Mr. William Lenthal, Speaker to the remainder of those few knights, citizens, and burgesses, that Colonel Thomas Pride, at his late purge, thought convenient to leave sitting at Westminster ... who ... pretendedly stile themselves ... the Parliament of England, intrusted and authorised by the consent of all the people thereof, whose representatives by election ... they are; although they are never able to produce one bit of a law, or any piece of a commission to prove, that all the people of England, ... authorised Thomas Pride, ... to chuse them a Parliament, ... And therefore it cannot properly be called, the nations or peoples Parliament, but Colonel Prides and his associates, whose really it is; who, although they have beheaded the King for a tyrant, yet walk in his oppressingest steps, if not worse, and higher
Title variation
Epistle, written the 8. of Iune, 1649
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Subject
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • L2132
  • E.567[1]
Citation source
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Thomason
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1614?-1657
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Lilburne, John
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Prynne, William
  • Pride, Thomas
  • England and Wales
  • England and Wales
  • Civil rights
  • Great Britain
Target audience
general
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The legal fundamental liberties of the people of England, revived, asserted and vindicated. Or an epistle, written the 8. of Iune, 1649., by Lieutenant Colonel John Lilburn (arbitrary and aristocratical prisoner in the Tower of London) to Mr. William Lenthal, Speaker to the remainder of those few knights, citizens, and burgesses, that Colonel Thomas Pride, at his late purge, thought convenient to leave sitting at Westminster ... who ... pretendedly stile themselves ... the Parliament of England, intrusted and authorised by the consent of all the people thereof, whose representatives by election ... they are; although they are never able to produce one bit of a law, or any piece of a commission to prove, that all the people of England, ... authorised Thomas Pride, ... to chuse them a Parliament, ... And therefore it cannot properly be called, the nations or peoples Parliament, but Colonel Prides and his associates, whose really it is; who, although they have beheaded the King for a tyrant, yet walk in his oppressingest steps, if not worse, and higher, (electronic resource)
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http://gateway.proquest.com/openurl?ctx_ver=Z39.88-2003&res_id=xri:eebo&rft_val_fmt=&rft_id=xri:eebo:image:115123
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Publication
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  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aug: 4th"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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file reproduced from microform
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black and white
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unknown
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The second edition, corrected, and amended; occasioned by the late coming out of Mr. William Prynnes book, against the illegal tax of 90000 l. intituled, A legal vindication of the liberties of England, against illegal taxes, and pretended acts of Parliament, lately enforced on the people.
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1 online resource
File format
one file format
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electronic
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lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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CL0051000003
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(UnM)99862943e
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The legal fundamental liberties of the people of England, revived, asserted and vindicated. Or an epistle, written the 8. of Iune, 1649., by Lieutenant Colonel John Lilburn (arbitrary and aristocratical prisoner in the Tower of London) to Mr. William Lenthal, Speaker to the remainder of those few knights, citizens, and burgesses, that Colonel Thomas Pride, at his late purge, thought convenient to leave sitting at Westminster ... who ... pretendedly stile themselves ... the Parliament of England, intrusted and authorised by the consent of all the people thereof, whose representatives by election ... they are; although they are never able to produce one bit of a law, or any piece of a commission to prove, that all the people of England, ... authorised Thomas Pride, ... to chuse them a Parliament, ... And therefore it cannot properly be called, the nations or peoples Parliament, but Colonel Prides and his associates, whose really it is; who, although they have beheaded the King for a tyrant, yet walk in his oppressingest steps, if not worse, and higher, (electronic resource)
Link
http://gateway.proquest.com/openurl?ctx_ver=Z39.88-2003&res_id=xri:eebo&rft_val_fmt=&rft_id=xri:eebo:image:115123
Publication
Note
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aug: 4th"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
The second edition, corrected, and amended; occasioned by the late coming out of Mr. William Prynnes book, against the illegal tax of 90000 l. intituled, A legal vindication of the liberties of England, against illegal taxes, and pretended acts of Parliament, lately enforced on the people.
Extent
1 online resource
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
CL0051000003
System control number
(UnM)99862943e

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