Sea-green & blue, see which speaks true. Or Reason contending with treason. In discussing the late unhappy difference in the Army, which now men dream is well composed. :
Wherein also is weighed, the testimony of one lately risen from the dead, concerning the Levellers. And a general, short proposall, made in order to the relief of bleeding Ireland. Tendred to the serious consideration of all men (that desire to look before they leap) especially the souldiery of this nation, both in field and garrison ... [June 6, 1649].
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[London : s.n., Printed in the year, M.DC.XLIX. 1649]
A reply to: Denne, Henry. The Levellers designe discovered.
Place of publication from Wing.
The last three pages are numbered 2, 3, 8.
Physical description: , 8 [i.e. 18] p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), S2169
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