legall fundamentall liberties of the people of England, revised, asserted, and vindicated Or, an epistle written the eighth day of June 1649 by John Lilburne

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Imperfect: t. p. wanting; title supplied from Brit. Mus. cat.

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Statementby Lieut. Colonel J. L. ... to Mr. W. Lenthall.
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Pagination75 p. ;
Number of Pages75
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