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A Letter to The Lord Fairfax, and His Councell of War, with Divers Questions to the Lawyers, and Ministers

The Diggers, 1649


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Resource IDdiggersletter1649
Resource titleA Letter to The Lord Fairfax, and His Councell of War, with Divers Questions to the Lawyers, and Ministers
Author(s)Jerrard Winstanley
Publication/ sourceThe Diggers
Date published 1649
Summary text/ abstractOur digging and ploughing upon George-hill in Surrey is not unknown to you, since you have seen some of our persons, and heard us speak in defence thereof: and we did receive mildnesse and moderation from you and your Councell of Warre, both when some of us were at White-hall before you, and when you came in person to George-hill to view our works; we indeavour to lay open the bottome and intent of our businesse, as much as can be, that none may be troubled with doubtfull imaginations about us, but may be satisfied in the sincerity and universall righteousnesse of the work.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Politics
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