No age like unto this age: or, Times unparallel'd oppression, oppression, oppression· : Being the cries in Kent against the great oppression of tythes, unjust justices, and corrupt magistrates. Wherein the oppressed do declare the particulars of their sufferings since the beginning of the late Parliament, how their houses were broken open, and their bodies imprisoned, their cattel and goods violently taken from them, pretended for tythes that unjust gain of oppression, beside their great sufferings in the days of the late King and bishops. Presented to the consideration of the Right Honourable Captain General Cromwel, ...
- London : Printed by J.C., 1653.
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