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Colonel Titus his address to Oliver Cromwell : prefix'd to a certain treatise, wherein the author (under the borrow'd name of William Allen) proves, that killing the usurper was no murder.

From: Oliver Cromwell - autograph letters and historical documents 1646-1658, 1646-1658

Colonel Titus his address to Oliver Cromwell : prefix'd to a certain treatise, wherein the author (under the borrow'd name of William Allen) proves, that killing the usurper was no murder.

From: Oliver Cromwell - autograph letters and historical documents 1646-1658, 1646-1658

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Alternate Title:
Address to Oliver Cromwell
Other Creator: Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658
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Date: [1654]
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Description:
Wing (2nd ed.) T1309A
Broadside bound in on page 36 of larger volume.
Physical Description:
1 sheet ([1] p.)
ill.
32 x 20 cm.
Host Note:
Collection of letters, documents, printed pieces, and portraits of Cromwell and his associates. Contents include 9 MS of Cromwell, 13 MS of persons associated with Cromwell, 19 printed or engraved broadsides, cartoons, etc., 22 portraits of Cromwell and 20 portraits of his associates.
Volume/Enumeration:
36
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
Curated Collection: The Osborn Collection
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High Resolution (image/tiff)
Object ID: 2037398
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