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Freedom of the press -- England -- Early works to 1800.
    E-RESOURCE 1649

An act to prevent the printing of any the proceedings in the High Court of Iustice : erected for trying of James Earl of Cambridge, and others, vvithout leave of the House of Commons, or the said court.

    England and Wales.
[London :] : [printed for Edward Husband, printer to the Honorable House of Commons],        17-18 [that is2, pages 1649
    E-RESOURCE 1646

An arrow against all tyrants and tyrany : shot from the prison of New-gate into the prerogative bowels of the arbitrary House of Lords, and all other usurpers and tyrants whatsoever. wherein the originall rise, extent, and end of magisteriall power,

    Overton, Richard, active 1646.
[London] : Printed at the backside of the Cyclopian Mountains, by Martin Claw-Clergy, printer to the reverend Assembly of Divines, and are to be sould at the signe of the Subjects Liberty, right opposite to persecuting Court.,        20 pages 1646
    E-RESOURCE 1623

By the King. A proclamation against the disorderly printing, vttering, and dispersing of bookes, pamphlets, &c..

    England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I)
Imprinted at London : by Bonham Norton, and Iohn Bill, printers to the Kings most excellent Maiestie,        2 sheets (versos blank) 1623
    E-RESOURCE 1660

By the King. A proclamation for calling in, and suppressing of two books written by John Milton; : the one intituled, Johannis Miltoni Angli pro populo Anglicano defensio, contra Claudii Anonymi aliàs Salmasii, defensionem regiam; and the other in a

    England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)
London : Printed by John Bill and Christopher Barker, printers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty,        2 sheets (versos blank) 1660
    E-RESOURCE 1680

By the King. A proclamation for suppressing the printing and publishing unlicensed news-books, and pamphlets of news..

    England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)
London : Printed by John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, printers to the Kings most excellent Majesty,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) 1680
    E-RESOURCE 1676

By the King. A proclamation for the better discovery of seditious libellers..

    England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)
London : Printed by the assigns of John Bill and Christopher Barker, printers to the Kings most excellent Majesty,        2 sheets (versos blank) 1676
    E-RESOURCE 1646

An end of one controversie: being an answer or letter to Master Ley's large last book, called Light for smoke. One of the Assembly at Westminster. Which he writ lately against me. In which the sum of his last book, which relates to the most material

    Saltmarsh, John, -1647.
London, : Printed by Ruth Raworth for G. Calvert, at the signe of the Black Spread-Eagle at the west-end of Paul.,        12 pages 1646
    E-RESOURCE 1700

A letter to a member of Parliament, shewing, that a restraint on the press is inconsistent with the Protestant religion, and dangerous to the liberties of the nation.

London : printed by J. Darby, and sold by A. B[ell]. at the Cross-Keys and Bible in Cornhil,    The second impression.    32 pages 1700
    E-RESOURCE 1646

Light for smoke: or, A cleare and distinct reply / by Iohn Ley, one of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, to a darke and confused answer in a booke made, and intituled The smoke in the temple, by Iohn Saltmarsh, late preacher at Brasteed in Kent

    Ley, John, 1583-1662.
London : printed by I.L. for Christopher Meredith, at the signe of the Crane in Pauls Church-yard,        30 unnumbered pages, 97 pages, 3 unnumbered pages, 21 page, 1 unnumbered page 1646
    E-RESOURCE 1680

A seasonable memorial in some historical notes upon the liberties of the presse and pulpit. : With the effects of popular petitions, tumults, associations, impostures, and disaffected common-councils.

    L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704.
Edinburgh, : Re-printed by the heir of Andrew Anderson ...,        2 unnumbered pages, 25 pages 1680
    E-RESOURCE 1646

Vox plebis, or, The peoples out-cry against oppression, injustice, and tyranny. : Wherein the liberty of the subject is asserted, Magna Charta briefly but pithily expounded. Lieutenant Colonell Lilburne's sentence published and refuted. Committees ar

    Overton, Richard, active 1646.
London printed 1646. : In the sitting of Parliament; during which time the presse ought to be free and open, as the Parliament declared to the bishops at the beginning thereof,        2 unnumbered pages, 68 pages, 2 unnumbered pages 1646
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