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Author: Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669.
Title: Treason's master-piece, or, A conference held at Whitehall between Oliver, the late usurper, and a committee of the then pretended Parliament who desired him to take upon him the title of King of England ... : wherein many of the leading-men of those times did, by unanswerable arguments, assert and prove monarchy to be the only legal ancient, and necessary form of government in these kingdoms / collected by a faithful hand.
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Print source: Treason's master-piece, or, A conference held at Whitehall between Oliver, the late usurper, and a committee of the then pretended Parliament who desired him to take upon him the title of King of England ... : wherein many of the leading-men of those times did, by unanswerable arguments, assert and prove monarchy to be the only legal ancient, and necessary form of government in these kingdoms / collected by a faithful hand.
Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669., Whitlocke, Bulstrode, 1605-1675 or 6.

London: Printed for Daniel Major ..., 1680.
Alternate titles: Monarchy asserted to be the best, most ancient and legall form of government
Subject terms:
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658.
England and Wales. -- Parliament.
Great Britain -- History -- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A31642.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE.
text
part
Thursday the Ninth of April 1657.
The Lord Whitlock, 11 April.
11 Of April,Sir Charles Woolesley.
His Highness Answer at the Conference at the Committee at Whitehal, April 13. 1657.
16. April, Lord Chief-Justice Glynne.
16 April, Master of the Rolls.
The Objections of the Government now, and of the Government under the Keepers of the Liberties, and the quietness under both of them.
Colonel Jones, 16. April.
16. April,Sir Richard Onslow.
April the 16.
Lord Broghill
Lord Whitlock. 16. April.
The Lord Protectors Speech.
The Lord Protector, April 21. 1657.
His Highness Speech to the Parliament in the Banqueting House at Whitehall, 8. of May 1657.