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Author: Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657.
Title: England's birth-right justified: against all arbitrary usurpation, whether regall or parliamentary, or under what vizor soever. With divers queries, observations and grievances of the people, declaring this Parliaments present proceedings to be directly contrary to those fundamentall principles, whereby their actions at first were justifyable against the King, in their present illegall dealings with those that have been their best friends, advancers and preservers: and in other things of high concernment to the freedom of all the free-born people of England; by a well-wisher to the just cause for which Lieutenant Col. John Lilburne is unjustly in-prisoned in New-gate.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: England's birth-right justified: against all arbitrary usurpation, whether regall or parliamentary, or under what vizor soever. With divers queries, observations and grievances of the people, declaring this Parliaments present proceedings to be directly contrary to those fundamentall principles, whereby their actions at first were justifyable against the King, in their present illegall dealings with those that have been their best friends, advancers and preservers: and in other things of high concernment to the freedom of all the free-born people of England; by a well-wisher to the just cause for which Lieutenant Col. John Lilburne is unjustly in-prisoned in New-gate.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657.

[London: Larner's Press at Goodman's Fields], Printed Octob. 1645.
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The PREAMBLE, to all the Free-borne People of ENGLAND.
ENGLANDS BIRTH-RIGHT Justified Against all Arbitrary Ʋsurpation, whether REGALL or PAR∣LIAMENTARY, or under what Vizor soever. With divers Queries, Observations and Grievances of the People, declaring this Parliaments present Proceedings to be directly con∣trary to those fundamentall Principles, whereby their Actions at first were justifyable against the King, in their present Illegall dealings with those that have been their best Friends, Ad∣vancers and Preservers: And in other things of high concernment to the Freedom of all the Free-born People of England; By a Well-wisher to the just cause for which Lieutenant Col. JOHN LILBƲRNE is unjustly imprisoned in New-gate.
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THE POSTSCRIPT, Containing divers sentences belonging to severall passages of this Book, which were in their due places omitted, and here at last remembred.
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