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Author: Person of honour.
Title: Arbitrary government display'd in the tyrannick usurpation of the Rump Parliament and Oliver Cromwell being a clear account of their arbitrary, cruel and illegal proceedings, under the notion of liberty and property, and a compendious history of those times / by a person of honour.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Arbitrary government display'd in the tyrannick usurpation of the Rump Parliament and Oliver Cromwell being a clear account of their arbitrary, cruel and illegal proceedings, under the notion of liberty and property, and a compendious history of those times / by a person of honour.
Person of honour.

London: Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh ..., 1683.
Notes:
Pages 94-97 numbered as leaves.
Pages 157-168 missing in numbering only.
Imperfect : tightly bound with slight loss of print; best copy available for photographing.
Reproduction of original in the Trinity College Library, Cambridge University.
Subject terms:
Cromwell, Oliver, -- 1599-1658.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1649-1660.
Great Britain -- History -- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A69479.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE INTRODUCTION.
Arbitrary Government displayed to the Life, in the illegal Transactions of the late Times.
Ʋpon the late STORME, and of the DEATH of his HIGNNESS ensuing the same, by Mr. Waller.
Ʋpon the late STORME, translated out of Mr. Waller's fine Piece of FLATTERY.
ENGLAND Still freshly lamenting the Loss of her KING, with several of her Dearest CHILDREN; which have been beheaded, hanged, and shot, by O. CROMWEL, and the Long-Parliament. In a Brief Collection of the remarkable Passages that have happened to this Land, from the year 1640, to the year 1660.
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