Cromwell, Richard, 1626-1712 -- Abdication, 1659 -- Early works to 1800
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- Whereas it hath pleased the most wise God, in his providence, to take out of this world the most serene and renowned, Oliver late Lord Protector of this Commonwealth; ... (London : Printed by Henry Hills and Iohn Field, Printers to His Highness the Lord Protector, 1658), by England and Wales Privy Council (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- To his Highness the Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland, &c. The humble petition of the proprietors, commoners and mineral bounders of the deserted and drowned mines within the counties of Cornwal and Devon ([London : s.n., 1659]), by Jo Bakehouse, Tho Bakehouse, and Jo Doxie (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Fourty four queries to the life of Queen Dick. By one who will at any time work a job of journey-work, to serve his countrey. ([London : s.n.], Printed in the year, 1659) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- God's gracious presence with His Highness Richard Lord Protector of Great Brittain and Ireland, &c. With the means to retain the same, whereby church-government, with tolleration, or no tolleration of conscience, is remonstrated. (London : printed by J. Bell for Thomas Parkhurst, over-against the great conduit at the lower end of Cheapside, 1658), by William Kaye (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A letter of comfort to Richard Cromwell Esq; alias Lord Richard, alias Richard Protector. Sent him since the alteration of his titles and our government: from, a servant of his late Highness, and the late highness of his late deceased father, and a kinsman of the late deceased highness of his still surviving mother. (London : [s.n.], printed 1659) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- By His Highnes Council in Scotland for the government thereof. Whereas it hath the most wise God in his providence to take out of this world the most serene and renowned Oliver late Lord Protector of this Commonwealth and his said highnesse having in his life-time according to the humble petition and advice declared and appointed the most noble and illustrious the Lord Richard ... (Edinburgh : Printed by Christopher Higgins in Harts Close over against the Trone Church, Anno Donini [sic], 1658), by Scotland. Privy Council (HTML at EEBO TCP)