Title: A bloody fight in Scotland within two miles of Edenburgh,: since Lieut. Gen. Cromwel returned in to England. The malignants rize and fell upon Col. Gen. Lamberts men, but were repulsed and routed. Also instructions for the Lord Libberton, and Col. Innis, to treat with Col. Lambert. With a commission for divers lords to give satisfaction to the English and a proclamation published throught the kingdome of Scotland, for such, their goods to bee confiscate, and themselves punished with death. Octob. 15. 1648. Wee doe command and ordain these presents to bee published at the Market Crosse of Edenburgh, Haddington, Dunbarre, Lenilithgow, and Peebles, that none pretend ignorance. Tho. Henderson.
Publication Info: London : ... re-printed ... by Robert Ibbitson, 1648.
subjects: [Scotland -- Foreign relations -- England] [Great Britain -- History] [Scotland -- History] [Lambert, John, -- 1619-1683]
Title: A curtain-conference,: being a discourse betwixt (the late Lord Lambert, now) Iohn Lambert Esq; and his Lady, as they lay a bed together one night at their house at Wimbleton. Related by the Lady Lambert to Tom Trim, her gentleman usher, (one well acquainted with all her secrets) and now by him printed for publick satisfaction.
Publication Info: London : Printed for W.L. the Common-wealths fortune-teller, 
subjects: [Political satire, English] [Great Britain -- Politics and government] [Lambert, John, -- 1619-1683]
Title: A private conference betvveen Mr. L. Robinson, and Mr. T. Scott,: occasioned upon the publishing his Maiesties letters and declaration.
Publication Info: [London] : Printed for Isack Goulden at the Dolphin in Pauls-Church-Yard, 1660.
subjects: [Great Britain -- Politics and government] [Great Britain -- History] [Lambert, John, -- 1619-1683 -- Humor] [Albemarle, George Monck, -- Duke of, -- 1608-1670 -- Humor] [Charles -- King of England, -- 1630-1685 -- Humor]
Title: A letter to the Right Honorable the Lord Lambert, from a lover of peace and truth.: Being a most faithful advice how to chuse the safest way to the happy ending of all our distractions. Also, a declaration from the King of Scots, how the Army shall be fully satisfied all their arrears, with a large overplus. Together with an assurance and indempnity to all that have been engaged and active in any the late wars. That all armies shall be disbanded, and his goverment alwayes regulated by a free and full Parliament, triennially to be called: and, the people secured of their liberties, and eased of all illegal burthens and taxes.
Author: S. L.
Publication Info: [London : s.n.], Printed in the year, 1659.
subjects: [Great Britain -- History] [Lambert, John, -- 1619-1683]