Lilburns ghost, with a whip in one hand, to scourge tyrants out of authority ; and balme in the other, to heal the sores of our (as yet) corrupt state ; or, some of the late dying principles of freedom, revived, and unvailed, for the lovers of freedome and liberty, peace & righteousness to behold. /
By one who desires no longer to live then to serve his country.
|Related Names:||Lilburne, Robert 1613-1665., Chapman, Livewel.|
London : L. Chapman, 1659.
Lilburne, John, /
Lilburne, John, / 1614?-1657 /
Early works to 1800.
Civil rights > Civil rights / England > Civil rights / England / Sources > Civil rights / England / Sources / Early works to 1800.
Great Britain > Great Britain / Politics and government > Great Britain / Politics and government / 1649-1660.
Ascribed to John Lilburne's brother Robert.
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