Lilburne, J., Overton, R., & Early English Books Online. (1647). The out-cryes of oppressed commons: Directed to all the rationall and understanding men in the kingdome of England, and dominion of Wales, (that have not resolved with themselves to be vassells and slaves, unto the lusts and wills of tyrants.) From Lieut. Col. John Lilburne, prerogative prisoner in the Tower of London, and Richard Overton, prerogative prisoner, in the infamous gaole of Newgate. Febr. 1646 (The second editition [sic] corrected.). [London: s.n..MLA Citation
Lilburne, John, Richard Overton, and Early English Books Online. The Out-cryes of Oppressed Commons: Directed to All the Rationall and Understanding Men in the Kingdome of England, and Dominion of Wales, (that Have Not Resolved With Themselves to Be Vassells and Slaves, Unto the Lusts and Wills of Tyrants.) From Lieut. Col. John Lilburne, Prerogative Prisoner in the Tower of London, and Richard Overton, Prerogative Prisoner, in the Infamous Gaole of Newgate. Febr. 1646. The second editition [sic] corrected. [London: s.n., 1647.