Browsing by Author "Milton, John, 1608-1674, attributed name."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A soveraigne salve to cure the blind, or, A vindication of the power and priviledges claim'd or executed by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, from the calumny and slanders of men, whose eyes (their conscience being before blinded) ignorance or malice hath hoodwinckt. Wherein the fallacie and falsity of the anti-parliamentary party is discovered, their plots for introducing popery into the church and tyranny into the state are manifested: the pretended fears of danger from seperatists, Brownists, &c. blowne away. And a right way proposed for the advancing the just honour of the King, the due reverence of the clergy, the rights and liberty of the people: and the renewing a golden age. by J. M. Esquire.Date of publication:
1643Author(s):Description:Attributed to Milton by Dr. Ezra H. Gillett--Cf. McAlpin Coll. Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aprill 27". Reproduction of the original in the British Library.This item contains 4 files (1.72 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)An argument or, debate in law: of the great question concerning the militia; as it is now settled by ordinance of both the Houses of Parliament. By which, it is endeavoured, to prove the legalitie of it, and to make it warrantable by the fundamentall laws of the land. In which, answer is also given to all objections that do arise, either directly, or collaterally concerning the same. All which is referred to the judicious reader. by J.M. C.L.Date of publication:
1642Description:J.M. = John Marsh. Sometimes erroneously attributed to John Milton. Variant: imprint reads Mat. Simmons instead of M. Simmons. Annotation on Thomason copy: "Sep: 30"; J.M. C.L. expanded to "J. Marsh C. Lincoln's Inn". ...This item contains 4 files (395.66 KB).Publicly Available