Arbitrary government displayed to the life, in the tyrannic usurpation of a junto of men called the Rump Parliament, and more especially in that of the tyrant and usurper, Oliver Cromwell [microform] : in which you have a clear view of the arbitrary, illegal, and unjust proceedings, of those persons under the notion of liberty, and a compendious history of those times, faithfully collected : with the characters and lives of several of those usurpers, and a brief account of the several persons that suffered death, and imprisonment under them for their loyalty to their king and cuontry [sic] ... : illustrated with several brass cutts, representing the chief persons and passages therein.
- London : Printed for Charles Leigh, 1682.
, 92, 93-96, 97-156, 169-215 p.
- Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 7:15.
Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 2092:29.