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Winstanley, Gerrard. & Great Britain. Army.  (1649).  [A watch-word to the city of London, and the armie] [wherein you may see that Englands freedome, which should be the result of all our victories, is sinking deeper under the Norman power, as appears by this relation of the unrighteous proceedings of Kingstone-Court against some of the Diggers at George-Hill, under colour of law; but yet thereby the cause of the Diggers is more brightened and strengthened: so that every one singly may truly say what his freedom is, and where it lies.  [London :  P. for G. Calvert at the sing of the black Spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls

MLA Citation

Winstanley, Gerrard. and Great Britain. Army.  [A watch-word to the city of London, and the armie] [electronic resource] : [wherein you may see that Englands freedome, which should be the result of all our victories, is sinking deeper under the Norman power, as appears by this relation of the unrighteous proceedings of Kingstone-Court against some of the Diggers at George-Hill, under colour of law; but yet thereby the cause of the Diggers is more brightened and strengthened: so that every one singly may truly say what his freedom is, and where it lies. / By Jerrard Winstanly]  P. for G. Calvert at the sing of the black Spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls [London  1649

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Winstanley, Gerrard. & Great Britain. Army.  1649,  [A watch-word to the city of London, and the armie] [electronic resource] : [wherein you may see that Englands freedome, which should be the result of all our victories, is sinking deeper under the Norman power, as appears by this relation of the unrighteous proceedings of Kingstone-Court against some of the Diggers at George-Hill, under colour of law; but yet thereby the cause of the Diggers is more brightened and strengthened: so that every one singly may truly say what his freedom is, and where it lies. / By Jerrard Winstanly]  P. for G. Calvert at the sing of the black Spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls [London

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  | author1=Winstanley, Gerrard, b. 1609
  | author2=Great Britain. Army
  | year=1649
  | publisher=P. for G. Calvert at the sing of the black Spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls
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