William Godwin's Diary

Texts Godwin Read


Nedham (25  September  1826) Possibly one or more of the following:
Nedham, MarchamontThe case of the Commonwealth of England stated or the equity, utility and necessity of a submission to the present government, cleared, out of monuments both sacred and civil... With a discourse of the excellencie of a free state above a kingly government, by Marchamont Nedham. 1649
Nedham, MarchamontMercurius Britannicus. Communicating his most impartial intelligence from all parts, touching all humours, affairs, and designes, in the three nations, more especially from France, Holland, and Denmark. With the resolves and debates of Parliament. 1652
Nedham, MarchamontMercurius pragmaticus. Communicating intelligence from all parts, touching all affaires, designes, humours, and conditions, through the kingdoms, especially from Westminster and the head-quarters. 1647-1649
Nedham, MarchamontHall, JohnCanne, JohnMercurius politicus. Communicating the summ of all intelligence, with the affairs and designs now on foot, in the three nations of England, Ireland, and Scotland. In defence of the Common-wealth, and for information of the people. 1650-1660
WG's History of the Commonwealth (6:343) cites or discusses all of the above.
WG reads the above pieces in the Thomason Tracts (also known as the King's Tracts) in the British Museum.

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