The vindication of Collonell Generall Points : against the false and malicious slanders cast forth against him by the army: with the barbarous manner of the adjutatours surprizall of him at Yorke in his owne howse, and carrying of him prisoner to Pomfret Castle; the incivilities used by them unto his wife; the seizeing of his goods, carying him as a fellon or traitor to the army. The removing of him by force from his commaund by Sr. Thomas Fairfax, Cromwell, and their adherants in the army, without power or authoritie, and the placing of Collonell Lambert over his forces in his roome by no other power then their owne. As against those many aspersions cast upon him by certaine other sectaries and independents who conspired togither to have taken away his life, which they attempted at GuildHall London in a tumultuous way assaulting him there for that purpose.
- [London : publisher not identified], Anno 1648.
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