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Author: Wilbee, Amon.
Title: Prima pars. De comparatis comparandis: seu iustificationis Regis Caroli, comparatè, contra Parliamentum. Or The first part of things compared: or Of the iustification of King Charles comparitively against the Parliament.: Wherein is manifested, that by the cunning contrivance of a wicked party in the House of Commons, who by their fraud, and subtilty, deceive and seduce the major part of the House for their own ambitious ends, our oppressions have been made far more grievous, then they were in the Kings dayes, the course of justice, and reliefe of grievances, is obstructed, and our troubles and pressures are still continued. ... With the names of the heads, of the usurping faction, and advice to all the free men of England, to beware of them, and to take a speedy course to remove and expell them, together with an intimation of a way to effect the same.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Prima pars. De comparatis comparandis: seu iustificationis Regis Caroli, comparatè, contra Parliamentum. Or The first part of things compared: or Of the iustification of King Charles comparitively against the Parliament.: Wherein is manifested, that by the cunning contrivance of a wicked party in the House of Commons, who by their fraud, and subtilty, deceive and seduce the major part of the House for their own ambitious ends, our oppressions have been made far more grievous, then they were in the Kings dayes, the course of justice, and reliefe of grievances, is obstructed, and our troubles and pressures are still continued. ... With the names of the heads, of the usurping faction, and advice to all the free men of England, to beware of them, and to take a speedy course to remove and expell them, together with an intimation of a way to effect the same.
Wilbee, Amon.

Oxford, [i.e. London: s.n.], Printed in the yeare, 1647.
Alternate titles: De comparatis comparandis.
Subject terms:
Civil rights -- England
Great Britain -- History
England and Wales. -- Parliament. -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A96471.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader. Vouchsafe to read, and then iudge.
Prima Pars. De Comparatis Comparandis. Seu Iustificationis Re∣gis Caroli, comparaè, contra Parliamentum.