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Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657 National Library of Lithuania National Library of Poland National Library of Ireland National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Australia

Lilburne, John ISNI NII (Japan)

Lilburne, John, ca. 1614-1657 National Library of the Netherlands RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland

Lilburne, John 1615?-1657 National Library of France

John Lilburne English political activist Wikidata

Lilburn, John (1614?-1657). NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

Lilburne, John 1614-1654 German National Library

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1649, an historical outline by James Duke Library of Congress/NACO
An Agreement of the free people of England, tendered as a peace-offering to this distressed nation Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Ireland NII (Japan)
An answer to nine arguments written by T.B., 1645: National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel National Library of Australia
Apologetical narration. English and Dutch National Library of the Netherlands
The Army's martyr, or, A more ful relation of the barbarous and illegall proceedings of the court-martiall at White-Hall upon Mr. Robert Lockier who was shot to death in Paul's church-yard upon the 27 day of April, 1649, and a brief narrative of the cause thereof. : With his Christian carriage and deportment, and his dying speeches to all his fellow-souldiers at the time of his execution, as an everlasting witnesse of his integrity to the rights and freedoms of the Common-Wealth Sudoc [ABES], France
The Christian mans triall: or, A true relation of the first apprehension and severall examinations of Iohn Lilburne with his censure in Star-chamber, and the manner of his cruell whipping through the streets: whereunto is annexed his speech in the pillory, and their gagging of him: also the severe order of the Lords made the same day for fettering his hands and feet in yrons, and for keeping his friends and monies from him, which was accordingly executed upon him for a long time together by the wardens of the fleet, with a great deale of barbarous cruelty and inhumanity, &c Sudoc [ABES], France
L. Colonel John Lilbvrns apologetisch verhael, nopende d'onwettelijcke ende ongerechtige sententie vande verbeurte van 7000 poundt sterlinghs ond' eeuwigh bannissement, tegens hemgewesen onde over hemge-executeert door 't Parlement van Englandt in January 1652. = L. Colonel John Lilbvrne his apologetical narration, relateing to his illegal & unjust sentence of 7000 pounds fine & perpetuall banishment decreed & executed upon him by the present Parliament of England January 1651 NII (Japan) National Library of the Netherlands
Come out of her, my people : or, an answer to the questions of a gentlewoman (a professor in the antichristian Church of England) about hearing the public ministers : where it is largely discussed and proved to be sinful and unlawful NII (Japan)
A copie of a letter written ... to Mr. William Prinne Esq upon the coming out of his last booke intituled Truth triumphing over falshood, antiquity over novelty : in which he laies down five propositions, which he desires to discusse with the said Mr. Prinne Sudoc [ABES], France
The copie of a letter, written to the General from Lieut. Col. Iohn Lilburn, M. Richard Overton, April 27. 1649. In behalf of M. Robert Lockwer, M. Geo. Ash, M. Joseph Hockley, M. Robert Osburn, M. Matthew Heyworth, M. Thomas Goodwin; all of them in Captain Savages troup: who by the said Councel were adjudged to cast lots for their lives, and one of them to dy. In which it is by law fully proved, that it is both treason and murder, for any general or Councel of War to execute any souldier in time of peace, by martial law NII (Japan)
A copy of a letter written to Collonell Henry Marten, a member of the House of Commons, by Lieutenant Collonell Lilburne. Iuly 20. 1647 NII (Japan)
A declaration of Lieutenant-Colonel John Lilburn to the free-born pcople of England : And his speech to the Parliament, on Tuesday last; in answer to the sentence denounced against him by Mr. Speaker, by speciall order and command together with his resolution (come life come death) not personally to yield active submission to the said sentence. And divers other remarkable things, worth the knowledge of all the free-men, not only of London, but of all England. Subscribed, John Lilburn NII (Japan)
A declaration of some proceedings of Lt. Col. Iohn Lilburn, and his associates : with some examination and animadversion upon papers lately printed and scattered abroad. One called The earnest petition of many free-born people of this Kingdom : another, The mournfull cries of many thousand poor tradesmen, who are ready to famish for want of bread, or, The warning tears of the oppressed. Also a letter sent to Kent. Likewise a true relation of Mr. Masterson's, minister of Shoreditch, signed with his owne hand NII (Japan)
A defiance to tyrants. Or, The araignment of two illegall committees. viz. The close committee of Lords and Commons appointed to examine the London agents. And the committee of plundered ministers. In two pleas made by L.C. Lilbvrne prerogative prisoner in the Tower of London. Wherein is clearely declared the unjustness, arbitrariness, and absolute unlawfulness of the late proceedings of that close committee of Lords and Commons against the said London agents. And also, proving all the proceedings of the committee of plundered ministers in summoning and imprisoning severall citizens of London, for refusing to pay tythes, to bee an absolute subversion of the fundamentall lawes of the land, and treason of as high a nature as any the Earle of Strafford lost his head for; they making their will a law unto the kingdome; there being no law at all in the Kingdome, whereby the London-Priests can claime tythes, or recover them from any of their parishoners NII (Japan)
A discourse betwixt Lieutenant Colonel Iohn Lilburn close prisoner in the Tower of London, and Mr Hugh Peter: upon May 25. 1649 Sudoc [ABES], France
The Engagement vindicated & explained, or The reasons upon which Leiut. [sic] Col. John Lilburne, tooke the Engagement Sudoc [ABES], France
Englands birth right justified against all arbitrary usurpation, whether regall or parliamentary, or under what vizor soever... by a well-wisher to the just cause for which... John Lilburne is injustly imprisoned in Newgate National Library of France
Englands new chains discovered. Part 1 NII (Japan) National Library of Ireland Sudoc [ABES], France
Englands weeping spectacle or, The sad condition of Lievtenant Colonell John Lilburne : crying to all who have any conscience or compassion, for assistance and deliverance from his unjust, long and cruell sufferings. Wherein (as in a glasse) all Englishmen may see the slavish condition, unto which (after so much blood, time and treasure spent) they are yet by perfidious men (who vowed and promised to deliver them from all tyrannie and oppression) still most wofully subjected Sudoc [ABES], France NII (Japan)
An epistle from Col. John Lilburn, in the shades, to John Wilkes, Esq; late a colonel in the Buckinghamshire militia Sudoc [ABES], France RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland
An exact collection of all remonstrances, declarations, votes, orders, ordinances, proclamations, petitions, messages, answers, and other remarkable passages betweene the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and his high court of Parliament Sudoc [ABES], France
Foundations of freedom NII (Japan) Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
The free-mans freedome vindicated, Or, A true relation of the cause and manner of Lievt. Col. Iohn Lilburns present imprisonment in Newgate, being thereunto arbitrarily and illegally committed, by the House of Peeres, Iune 11. 1646. for his delivering in, at their open barre, under his hand and seal, his protestation, against their incroaching upon the common liberties of all the commons of England, in endeavouring to try him, a commoner of England, in a criminall cause, contrary to the expresse tennour and forme of the 29. chap. of the great charter of England, and for making his legall and iust appeal, to his competent, propper and legal tryers and judges, the Commons of England, in Parliament assembled NII (Japan)
Grandie-deceivers unmasked (that you may know them) National Library of Ireland
Hunting of the foxes from New-Market and Triploe-Heaths to Whitehall, by five small beagles (late of the armie), or the grandie-deceivers unmasked... directed to all the free people of England... by Robert Ward, Thomas Watson, Simon Graunt, George Jellis and William Sawyer,... National Library of Ireland National Library of France
Impeachment of high treason against Oliver Cromwel and his son in law Henry Ireton,... presented to publique view by... John Lilburn, close prisoner in the Tower of London... in which are also some hints of cautions to the lord Fairfax for absolutely breaking his solemn engagement with his souldiers... in which is also the authors late proposition sent to Mr. Holland, June 26 1649, to justifie... his late actions and writings... Library of Congress/NACO National Library of France
In the 150 page of the book called, An exact collection of the Parliaments remonstrances, declarations, &c. published by speciall order of the House of Commons, March 24. 1642. we find there a question answered fit for all men to take notice of in these times Sudoc [ABES], France
The innocent man's first proffer, Or, The proposition of Lievetenant Collonel John Lilburne, prerogative prisoner, in the Tower of London, made unto his present adversaries, and to the whole nation of England, Octob. 20. 1649. For William Hevenningham Esq. of Hevenningham, in Suffolk, These present NII (Japan) Sudoc [ABES], France
Ionahs cry out of the whales belly, Or, Certaine epistles writ by Lieu. Coll. Iohn Lilburne, unto Lieu. Generall Cromwell, and Mr. John Goodwin : complaining of the tyranny of the Houses of Lords and Commons at Westminster; and the unworrthy dealing of divers (of those with him that are called) his friends. ... To the man whom God hath honoured, and will further honour, if he continue honouring him, Lieu. Generall Cromwell at his house in Drury Lane, neare the red-Lion this present NII (Japan)
The iust mans iustification: or A letter by way of plea in barre; Written by L. Col. John Lilburne, to the Honourable Juſtice Reeves, one of the juſtices of the Common-wealths courts, commonly called Common Pleas. Wherein the ſiniſter and indirect practices of Col. Edwar King againſt L. Col. Lilburne, are diſcovered. 1. In getting him caſt into priſon for many weekes together, without proſecuting any charge againſt him. 2. In arreſting him upon a groundleſſe action of two thouſands pound [sic] in the Court of Common Pleas; thereby to evade and take off L. Col. Lilburns teſtimony to the charge of high treaſon given in against Col. King, and now depending before the Honourable Houſe of Commons. In which letter is fully aſſerted and proved that this cauſe is only tryable in Parliament, and not in any ſubordinate court of juſtice whatſoever NII (Japan)
The ivglers discovered : in two letters writ by Lievt. Col. John Lilburne, prerogative prisoner in the Tower of London, the 28. September, 1647. to his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, Captaine Generall of all the forces in England and Wales, discovering the turn-coat, Machiavell practises, and under-hand dealings of Lievt. Gen. Cromwell, and his soone in law, Commissary Generall Ireton, and the rest of their hocus pocus faction in his Excellencies Counsell of Warre, the first of which letters thus followeth. Unto which is annexed some advice to the private soldiers NII (Japan)
Lawes funerall National Library of Ireland
The legall fundamentall liberties of the people of England revived, asserted, and vindicated. Or, an epistle written the eighth day of June 1649 Sudoc [ABES], France
Letter to a friend & other 46 items concerning Lilburne NII (Japan)
The levellers : a history of writings of three seventeenth-century social democrats: John Lilburne, Richard Overton, William Walwyn NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
The Levellers (falsly so called) vindicated, or The case of the twelve troops (which by treachery in a treaty) was lately surprised, and defeated at Burford, truly stated and offered to the judgment of all unbyassed, and wel-minded people, especially of the Army, their fellow souldiers, under the conduct of the Lord Fairfax Sudoc [ABES], France
Liberty vindicated against slavery. Shewing, that imprisonment for debt, refvsing to answer interrogatories, long imprisonment, though for just causes. Abvse of prisons, and cruell extortion of prison-keepers, are all destructive to the fundamentall laws and common freedomes of the people. Published for the use of all the free-borne of England, whom it equally concernes, by occasion of the House of Lords commitment of Lieut. Col. John Lilburn, close prisoner, first to New-gate, and next to the Tower NII (Japan)
A light for the ignorant or A treatise shevving, that in the nevv Testament, is set forth three kingly states or governments, that is, the civill state, the true ecclesiasticall state, and the false ecclesiasticall state Sudoc [ABES], France
London's liberty in chains discovered. Part 1 National Library of Ireland NII (Japan) Sudoc [ABES], France
London's liberty in chains discovered. Part 2 National Library of Ireland
A manifestation from Lieutenant Col. John Lilburn, Mr. William Walwyn, Mr. Thomas Prince, and Mr. Richard Overton, (now prisioners in the Tovver of London) and others, commonly (though unjustly) styled Levellers : Intended for their fvll vindication from the many aspersions cast upon them, to render them odious to the world, and unserviceable to the Common-wealth. And to satisfie and ascertain all men whereunto all their motions and endeavours tend, and what is the ultimate scope of their engagement in the pvblick affaires NII (Japan) Sudoc [ABES], France
Missive van L. col. Iohn Lilbvrne aen sijn waerde lieve huys-vrouwe [...] verclarende de waere redenen ende gronden, die hem genootsaeckt hebben [...] sijn apologie aende Nederlander te maken. National Library of the Netherlands
A new complaint of an old grievance NII (Japan)
Een ontdeckinge van de rechte grondt-oorsaeck der jonghst-geledene gelt-straffe, bannissement en jegenwoordige strenge proceduren tegens lieut. col. John Lilburne. National Library of the Netherlands
Pamflety. Library of Congress/NACO NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
The peoples prerogative and priviledges, asserted and vindicated, (against all tyranny whatsoever.) By law and reason. Being a collection of the marrow and soule of Magna Charta, and of all the most principall statutes made ever since to this present yeare, 1647. For the preservation of the peoples liberties and properties. With cleare proofs and demonstrations, that now their lawes and liberties are nigher subvertion, then they were when they first begun to fight for them, by a present swaying powerfull faction, amongst the Lords, Commons, and Army, ... so that perfect vassalage and slavery (by force of armes) in the nature of Turkish Ianisaries, or the regiments of the guards of France, is likely (to perpetuitie) to be setled, if the people doe not speedily look about them, and act vigorusly for the preventing of it NII (Japan)
The picture of the Councell of state : held forth to the free people of England National Library of Ireland Sudoc [ABES], France
The prisoners plea for a habeas corpus, Or, An epistle writ by L.C. Joh. Lilburne prerogative prisoner in the Tower of London the 4. of Aprill, to the Honourable Mr. W. Lenthall Speaker of the House of Commons : In which is fully proved, that the iudges are bound by law and their oaths to grant a habeas corpus to any prisoner ... and to deny it ... is to forsweare themselves, for which they may be in law indicted for perjury, and upon conviction, are for ever to be discharged of their office, service and councell. In which is also declared the usurpation of Mr. Oliver Crumwell, who hath forcibly usurped unto himselfe the office of L.G. in the Army, for almost 12. moneths together, and thereby hath robbed the kingdome of its treasure, under pretence of pay, which he hath no right nnto, and by the power of the said office hath tyrannized over the lives, liberties, and estates of the freemen of England ... all which John Lilburne will venture his life according to the law of the land to make good ... NII (Japan) National Library of France
The resurrection of John Lilburne, now a priſoner in Dover-Caſtle, declared and manifeſted in theſe following lines penned by himſelf, aud [sic] now at his earneſt deſire publiſhed in print in theſe words NII (Japan)
La révolution anglaise, 1641-1660 : procès-verbaux, comptes rendus parlementaires, documents officiels et pamphlets Sudoc [ABES], France
serious apprehensions of a part of the people in behalf of the Commonwealth... National Library of Ireland National Library of France
To every individuall member of the supream authority of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England : The humble addresse of Lieu. Col. John Lilburn, by way of answer to a most false and scandalous printed petition, delivered at the House door against him, by one William Huntington, upon Wednesday the 26 of November. 1651 NII (Japan)
To the right honourable the Commons of England in Parliament assembled : the humble petition of thousands wel-affected persons inhabiting the City of London, Westminster, the Borough of Southwark Hamblets, and places adjacent. Sudoc [ABES], France
Triall, of Lieut. Collonell John Lilburne Library of Congress/NACO NII (Japan) Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Ireland RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland
The triall of Mr. John Lilburn, prisoner in Newgate, at the Sessions of Peace held for the City of London at Justice-Hall in the Old-Baily : sitting upon Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the 13, 14, 15, and 16 of July 1653. Library of Congress/NACO
Truths victory over tyrants and tyranny : Being the tryall of that worthy assertor of his countreys freedoms, Lieftenant Colonell John Lilburne, defender of the ancient and known laws of England, against men and devills, whether in King, Parliament, Army, or Councell of state. Guild-hall London, Octob. 26. Freed in open court, from his unjust and illegall charge of high-treason, and cruell imprisonment in the Tower, by the unbyassed and just verdict of this jewry, whose names are here inserted; Miles Pettit, Holburn-Condu. Stephen Iles, Friday-street. Abraham Smith, Smithfield. John King Smithfield. Nicholas Murrin, Gosling-str. Thomas Daintie, Cheapside. Edmund Keysar, Holb-bridge Edward Perkins Smithfield. Ralph Packman, Smithfield. William Cummins, Cheap. Symon Weeden, Bredstr. Henry Tooley, Bredstreet. All good men and true NII (Japan)
The tryal of Lieutenant Colonel John Lilburn, by an extraordinary or special commission, of oyer and terminer at the Guild-Hall of London, the 24th, 25th, and 26th of October, 1649 : being exactly pen'd and taken in short-hand, as it was possible to be done in such a croud and noise, and transcribed with an indifferent and even hand, both in reference to the court, and the prisoner, that so matter of fact, as it was there declared, might truly come to publick view : in which is contain'd the names of all the judges, grand inquest, and jury of life and death Library of Congress/NACO RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland
A worke of the beast or A Relation of a most vnchristian Censure, Executed vpon John Lilbvrne (Novv prisoner in the fleet) the 18 of Aprill 1638 : With the heavenly speech vttered by him at the time of his suffering ... Printed in the yeare the Beast was Wounded. NII (Japan) National Library of the Netherlands

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