Early English Books Online. (1660). The black book opened: Or traytors arraigned and condemned by their own confession, being a tragical discourse between a noble cavalier and a select number of those pure refined, diabolical saints, called (by the most loyal subjects) King-killers. As it is to be acted at the Red-Bull in St. Johns street by a company of blind Bloomsbury fidlers, the ablest now extant. London: Printed for Theodorus Microcosmus.MLA Citation
Early English Books Online. The Black Book Opened: Or Traytors Arraigned and Condemned By Their Own Confession, Being a Tragical Discourse between a Noble Cavalier and a Select Number of Those Pure Refined, Diabolical Saints, Called (by the Most Loyal Subjects) King-killers. As It Is to Be Acted At the Red-Bull in St. Johns Street By a Company of Blind Bloomsbury Fidlers, the Ablest Now Extant. London: Printed for Theodorus Microcosmus, 1660.