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The declaration and standard of the levellers of England; Date: 1649


The declaration and standard of the levellers of England; delivered in a speech to his Excellency the Lord Gen. Fairfax, on Friday last at White-Hall, by Mr. Everard, a late member of the Army, and his prophesie in reference thereunto; shewing what will befall the nobility and gentry of this nation, by their submitting to community; with their invitation and promise unto the people, and their proceedings in Windsor Park, Oatlands Park, and severall other places; also, the examination and confession of the said Mr. Everard before his Excellency, the manner of his deportment with his hat on, and his severall speeches and expressions, when he was commanded to put it off. Together with a list of the severall regiments of horse and foot that have cast lots to go for Ireland., Imprinted at London : for G. Laurenson, 1649


This was a declaration by the Diggers who initially styled themselves "True Levellers".


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