Exclamatio pauperum: the exclamation, or the out-cry of the poor: against those state gudgeons at Westminster, who have swallowed up their lively-hoods by their unlawfull taxes, to uphold their rebellion, to the ruine of the kingdom in generall, and the absolute beggering of many thousands of tradsmen (who before the ravenous state had the power to stretchg them upon the tenters of their libidinous wills) lived happily and plentifully with their families, but now for want of trade, they are in a perishing condition, and altogether voyd of any reliefe fromthose who grind the face of the poore, and hate them, because they are the image of God. But I would wish all good men to observe the words of Solomon. ..

London : , Printed in the yeare, 1648

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