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Author: Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657.
Title: L. Colonel John Lilburne revived.: Shewing the cause of his late long silence, and cessation from hostility against alchemy St. Oliver, and his rotten secretary; as also of the report of his death. With an answer in part, to the pestilent calumniation of Cap: Wendy Oxford (Cromvvels spie upon the Dutch, and upon the English royallists, sojonrning [sic] in the United Provinces) closely couched in a late delusive pamphlet of the said Oxfords, called The unexpected life, & wished for death, of the thing called parliament in England All vvhich, vvith many historicall passages, giveing light into the unvvorthy practises of the English grandees, is contained in three letters (The first to a friend in the United Provinces, The second to a friend in Scotland. And the third, to the honourable, Colonel Henry Martin, in England VVritten by L. Colonel John Lilburne.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: L. Colonel John Lilburne revived.: Shewing the cause of his late long silence, and cessation from hostility against alchemy St. Oliver, and his rotten secretary; as also of the report of his death. With an answer in part, to the pestilent calumniation of Cap: Wendy Oxford (Cromvvels spie upon the Dutch, and upon the English royallists, sojonrning [sic] in the United Provinces) closely couched in a late delusive pamphlet of the said Oxfords, called The unexpected life, & wished for death, of the thing called parliament in England All vvhich, vvith many historicall passages, giveing light into the unvvorthy practises of the English grandees, is contained in three letters (The first to a friend in the United Provinces, The second to a friend in Scotland. And the third, to the honourable, Colonel Henry Martin, in England VVritten by L. Colonel John Lilburne.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657., Oxford, Wendy. Unexpected life, & wished for death, of the thing called parliament in England.

[Amsterdam?: s.n.], Printed in the yeare 1653. In March.
Subject terms:
Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654
Spies -- England
Great Britain -- History
Lilburne, John, -- 1614?-1657
Cromwell, Oliver, -- 1599-1658
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88210.0001.001

Contents
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For my Loving friend and Countryman Mr. D.D. in the United Provinces.
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POSTSCRIPTVM.
To the Honourable and his very good Friend Colonel HENERY MARTIN, a Member of the Parliament, and Counsell of State of the Common-wealth of England. At his house in Cheynel-Row, in Westminster; These present.