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More light shining in Buckingham-shire:: being a declaration of the state and condition that all men are in by right. Likewise the slavery all the world are in by their own kinde, and this nation in particular; and by whom. Likewise the remedies, as take away the cause, & the effect will cease. Being a representation unto all the people of England, and to the soldiery under the Lord General Fairfax. The second part.

Title:More light shining in Buckingham-shire:: being a declaration of the state and condition that all men are in by right. Likewise the slavery all the world are in by their own kinde, and this nation in particular; and by whom. Likewise the remedies, as take away the cause, & the effect will cease. Being a representation unto all the people of England, and to the soldiery under the Lord General Fairfax. The second part.
Note:London : [s.n.], printed in the year. 1649
  
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Subject:Civil rights -- England
Subject:Levellers
Subject:Millennialism
Subject:Great Britain -- History
Subject:Buckinghamshire (England) -- History
Subject:England and Wales -- Army -- Early works to 1800
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