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.
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Printed for Theodorus Microcosmus,
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Annotation on Thomason copy: "March. 15. 1659".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
1 sheet ( p.)