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Author: One of the few English-men that are left in England.
Title: Twenty new qveries proposed to all true English-men concerning the unreasonable & insupportable burthen, lying heavy upon the shoulders of this groaning nation, occasioned by the illegal and traiterous usurpation of a late deceased tyrant, who Jehu-like carryed both law, religion, and tyranny in his scabbard likewise, the epidemical disease of this rolling and schismatical age, unmasked, and all weathercocks, king-fishers, new fangled usurpers, upstart-law-destroyers, and abominable Parliament breakers, discovered, in the case and recital of such devouring caterpillars, who thirst after nothing more then the swallowing up of the peoples antient rights and liberties, to perpetuate the nations still in misery and oppressions / by one of the few English men that are left in England.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Twenty new qveries proposed to all true English-men concerning the unreasonable & insupportable burthen, lying heavy upon the shoulders of this groaning nation, occasioned by the illegal and traiterous usurpation of a late deceased tyrant, who Jehu-like carryed both law, religion, and tyranny in his scabbard likewise, the epidemical disease of this rolling and schismatical age, unmasked, and all weathercocks, king-fishers, new fangled usurpers, upstart-law-destroyers, and abominable Parliament breakers, discovered, in the case and recital of such devouring caterpillars, who thirst after nothing more then the swallowing up of the peoples antient rights and liberties, to perpetuate the nations still in misery and oppressions / by one of the few English men that are left in England.
One of the few English-men that are left in England.

[London?: s.n.], Printed in the Year, 1659.
Notes:
This item appears at reels 901:36 and 928:10.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1649-1660.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A71168.0001.001

Contents
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Twenty New QUERIES BETWEEN Jest and Earnest, &c. OR, Democritus turned States-Man.