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(Index covers the Introduction, endnotes, and commentary on manuscripts.) Volumes are indicated by Roman numerals.

A Perfect Diurnall i: 38, ii: 432 n2
Act for the Abolition of Kingly Power i: 26, 45 n161, ii: 24 n56, 103 n34, 168 n6, 252 n24, 276 n62
Adamites ii: 104 n38
Adams, Thomas ii: 441
ages of the world i: 198 n110
Aldworth, Richard i: 9–10, 17, ii: 452
Allaby, Robert i: 8 n24
Alsop, James i: 2, 7, 8, 9, 18, 23
Archer, John i: 296 n72
Ascham, Anthony i: 39–40
Ash, John ii: 441
atheism ii: 399 n213
Ayer, Ralph ii: 441
Aylmer, G. E. i: 87, ii: 169 n22, 170 n25
Bachilor, John ii: 441
Backhouse, Matthew i: 8, 10
Bacon, Francis i: 65
Baker, Richard ii: 57 n27
Barker, John i: 32, 85, ii: 20 n2, 441
Barnard, Thomas ii: 441
Barton, Elizabeth i: 39, ii: 441
Barton, Henry i: 32, 34, 42 n148, ii: 441
Batty, John ii: 441
Bauthumley, Jacob ii: 450
Beechee, John ii: 441
Bennigton, William ii: 441
Bickerstaffe, Anthony i: 10, ii: 442
Bickerstaffe, Henry i: 10, 11, 15, 26, 32, 33, ii: 20 n2, 435, 441–2
Blasphemies and Heresies, Ordinance for the punishing of i: 215 n358, 455 n27, 456 n33
Blith, Walter i: 41, 46, ii: 26 n86
Boehme, Jacob ii: 442
Boncher, Christopher ii: 442
Book of Common Prayer i: 389 n168, ii: 63 n5, 439 n10
Brewster, Thomas i: 38 n139, 70, 91
Bridgeman, John i: 2
Brown, Allen ii: 442
Bunyan, John i: 63, 66, 69
Burgess, Anthony i: 9
Burrough, Edward i: 17
Busby, Richard ii: 156 n84
Cainites ii: 104 n38
Calvert, Giles i: 14, 16, 35, 37, 69, 70, 71, 82, 83, 84, 86, 87, 88, 92, ii: 442–3
Calvinism i: 51, 202 n158
Case, Thomas i: 10
Chadwick, Parson ii: 408
Chamberlen, Peter i: 46 n168, ii: 450
Charles I i: 13, 57, 193 n38, ii: 382 n9
Charles II ii: 154 n62
Cheapside Cross ii: 152 n33
Chidley, Katherine ii: 449
Child, John ii: 435, 436, 438
Childe, Giles ii: 443
Childe, John ii: 443
Childe, Thomas ii: 443
Childe, William i: 21 n75, ii: 443
church government i: 233 n660, 235 n688
and Independents i: 244 n845, 455 n18
and Presbyterians i: 455 n17
citizenship ii: 102 n19
Clarke, William ii: 411
Clarkson, Laurence i: 17, 53 n198, 58, ii: 230 n142, 240 n1
pg 458 Clerks of the Peace ii: 25 n64
Clifford, Christopher ii: 20 n2, 443
Clifford, William ii: 443
Clowes, John i: 71, 91
Cobham i: 11
and costs of civil war i: 13
and Diggers i: 11, 12, 33–5, 37–8, 39
Winstanley moves to i: 10–11
Cobham, John ii: 443
Coghill, Sir Thomas ii: 408
Coke, Sir Edward ii: 103 n32
Committee for the Advance of Money i: 7, ii: 25 n65, 405–8, 409 n2
Commonwealth Lands ii: 386 n51
Coningsby, Fitzwilliam i: 20, 21
Coningsby, Humphrey i: 20 n73, 21 n76
Coningsby, Lettice i: 21 n76
Coningsby, Thomas i: 21, 22
Coomes, William i: 34, ii: 443
Coppe, Abiezer i: 36, 48, ii: 58 n40, 158 n133, 224 n22, 240 n1, 275 n51, 443
Coppin, Richard i: 48, ii: 443
Corporation of the Poor ii: 253 n48
Coster, Robert ii: 224 n22, 443
Cottrell, James i: 71, 91
Coulton, John i: 11, 16, 17, 36, 37, ii: 153 n49, 443–4
Coulton, John, Jr i: 42, ii: 444
Council of State ii: 26 n71
Winstanley's letter to ii: 416–19
Court of Wards ii: 78 n30, 155 n79
Courton, John ii: 20 n2
Cromwell, Oliver i: 16, 45, 50, 64, 94, ii: 382 n8, 388 n69, 390 n92, 444
cross-dressing, and protest i: 32, ii: 63 n4
Davey, William, Jr i: 39, ii: 444–5
Davey, William, Sr i: 39, ii: 444–5
David's Law i: 42–3, ii: 155 n80, 252 n22, 382 n12
Davies, Sir John ii: 427 n15, 445
Davis, J. C. i: 197 n94
debentures ii: 153 n51
Dell, William i: 454 n4
Dickins, John ii: 445
Dickinson, Thomas ii: 410 n17
Dicus, Christopher i: 4, 5, 10
Diggers
and appeals for support i: 37–8
Ascham's response to i: 39–40
attacks on i: 32, 39
Blith's criticism of i: 41
and claims of improvement i: 41
at Cobham i: 11, 12, 33–5, 37–8, 39
contemporary reports of i: 29–30
Council of State's response to i: 34–5
and economic context i: 27–8
Fairfax's encounters with i: 30–1, ii: 55 n2
first use of term ii: 20 n2
impact of i: 39
at Iver i: 38, 253 n48, 254 n50, 254 n53
justification of i: 38–9
legal actions against i: 32–3, 34, 39
Nedham's response to i: 40–1
opponents of ii: 104 n55, 105 n56
origins of i: 28–9
Platt's opposition to i: 34, 35, ii: 153 n47
reintegration of i: 41–2
and revolutionary context i: 26–7
and social background i: 28
and social transformation i: 27
soldiers sent against i: 35–6
and spread of digging i: 37
at Walton i: 11–12, 24, 25, 28–9, 32–3, 34, 39, 42, 49, 50 ii: 26 n86
at Wellingborough i: 37, 38, ii: 433 n6
and Winstanley i: 12–15, 17, 24–5, 28–30, 35–9, 42, 45–6, 47, 49, 54, 67
Directory of Worship i: 207 n223, 217 n397, 389 n168, ii: 439 n10
Dixon, Robert ii: 435, 436
Donne, John i: 65
pg 459 Douglas, Lady Eleanor i: 16, 24, ii: 427 n15, 428 n23, 428 n28, 429 n36, 429 n38, 445
Winstanley's letter to ii: 422–6
Douglas, Sir Archibald ii: 445
Downs, John ii: 436
Drake, Francis ii: 103 n26, 104 n45, 155 n77, 445–6
Draper, Robert ii: 446
Dugard, William ii: 385 n32
East, Thomas ii: 446
economic crisis i: 13, 27–8, ii: 24 n57
Eder, Thomas ii: 20 n2, 446
Edser, Jane i: 39
Edwards, Thomas ii: 442
elect, the i: 298 n101
Eliot, Sir John ii: 402 n262
Emmett, Thomas i: 18 n63
enclosure i: 587 n350
Engagement of Loyalty to the Republic (the Engagement Oath) i: 35, 36, 44, 45, ii: 168 n1, 169 n13, 251 n4, 252 n31, 276 n63, 384 n25, 444, 452, 454, 456
episcopal church, and church government i: 233 n660, 235 n688
Everard, William i: 12, 24, 26, 32, 70, 456 n33, ii: 20 n2, 446–7
appearance before Fairfax i: 29, 30, ii: 55 n2
arrest of i: 15
and start of digging i: 28, 29
Fairfax, Thomas, third Lord i: 29, ii: 447–8
encounter with Diggers at Walton i: 30–1
sends soldiers against Diggers i: 35–6
Winstanley and Everard appear before i: 29, 30, ii: 55 n2
Winstanley's letters to ii: 411–16
Feake, Christopher i: 5
Fell, Margaret i: 17
Fielder, John i: 14, 15, 16, 24, 26, 456 n35, ii: 25 n59, 400 n231, 402 n263, 435–9, 442, 448
Fisher, Anne i: 21
Fisher, Samuel ii: 447
Fisher, William i: 21
Flood, Hugh i: 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
Forder, William i: 16
formality in religion i: 30, 52, 197 n94, ii: 29 n107
Foster, George i: 48, 309 n295, ii: 158 n133, 224 n22, 390 n91
Foxe, John, and Actes and Monuments i: 59 n226, 219 n434, 252 n995, ii: 385 n34
Freeland, Daniel ii: 448
Frost, Gualter i: 35 n128
Gater, Sarah i: 2–3
gathered churches i: 573 n87, ii: 382 n4
Gilder, Mr ii: 448
Gladman, Captain i: 29
Goodgroome, Richard ii: 20 n2, 449
Goodwin, John i: 53
Gorges, Ferdinando i: 21–3
Gosse, Peter ii: 435, 438, 450
Gray, Richard ii: 449
Gregory, Francis ii: 156 n84
Grey, Thomas, Baron Grey of Groby i: 70
Gurney, John i: 2, 11, 36
Gurney, Richard i: 5
Hale, Matthew ii: 385 n32
Hale Commission ii: 383 n20, 385 n32
Hall, James ii: 449
Hancocke, Henry ii: 449
Harrison, John ii: 449
Hartley, Eleanor ii: 428 n29
Hartlib, Samuel ii: 399 n221, 429 n37
Hastings, Ferdinando, 6th Earl of Huntingdon ii: 427 n9, 445
Hatham, William ii: 449
Hayden, Thomas i: 38, ii: 449
Hayman, John i: 42 n148, ii: 449
Heard, Jacob ii: 449
pg 460 Hickes, Elizabeth i: 21
Hickes, John i: 21
Hicks, Giles i: 16
Hicks, Mary i: 17 n57, 18
High Commission Court i: 235 n688, 389 n158, ii: 383 n18, 445
Highland, Samuel i: 17
Hill, Christopher i: 13, 43 n153, 51 n189, 61 n230
Hill, William i: 21–2
Hills, Henry i: 70
Hitchcocke, William ii: 449
Hobbes, Thomas ii: 168 n1, 388 n69, 394 n155
Hoggrill, William ii: 20 n2, 449
Holcombe, Nathaniel ii: 449
Holland, Earl of ii: 154 n64
Holt, Robert ii: 405–8, 409 nn 2, 3, 6, 410 n16
Hughes, William ii: 103 n32
Hynde, William ii: 154 n67
Indemnity Act ii: 400 n231
Inns of Court ii: 153 n41, 272 n9
Ireton, Henry i: 43, ii: 275 n58
Irish Rising (1641 ) i: 8, 193 n40, 388 n141
Iver (Buckinghamshire) Diggers i: 38, ii: 253 n48, 254 n50, 254 n53
Jacombe, Thomas i: 10 n29
James, Thomas ii: 449
Kerwood, Nicholas i: 20, 22
King, Susan, see Winstanley, Susan
King, William i: 5, 11, 16–17, 18
Kingston i: 12 n38, 14, 24
legal proceedings at i: 15, 32, 33, 34, ii: 152 n36, 152 n37
Knight, Adam i: 34, 38, ii: 449
Langhorne, Philippa i: 21, 22
Larner, William i: 87, ii: 449–50
Latimer, Bishop Hugh ii: 385 n34
Laud, Archbishop William ii: 439 n6
Laudians, Laudianism i: 3, 53
law reform i: 26, 50, ii: 383 n20, 403 n274
Levellers i: 26, 40, 42, 44, ii: 157 n122, 387 n64
and Norman Conquest i: 43
and suppression of mutiny at Burford i: 30, 81
Lewis, Edwards i: 9 n25
Lidgold, Richard ii: 435, 436, 438
Lilburne, John i: 67, 81, ii: 168 n1, 395 n163, 438, 439, 448, 450
Lockyer, Robert i: 26
Long Parliament
and Lord's day observation i: 462 n151
Ordinances of ii: 25 n60
and Presbyterian national church i: 190 n9
Longhurst, Edmund i: 32, ii: 450
Love, Christopher i: 10
Love, Mary i: 10 n29
Lovelace, Richard ii: 227 n74
Lucas, Anthony i: 10 n32
Lutaud, Olivier i: 2
Mahier, William i: 8 n24
Maidley, Richard i: 34, 39, ii: 435, 450
Manley, James ii: 450
Marvell, Andrew i: 66, ii: 385 n35
Mason, Henry (apprentice) i: 3
Mason, Henry (clergyman) i: 3
means of grace i: 460 n125
Midlands Rising (1607) ii: 20 n2
millenarianism i: 48, 51, 53, 57–8, 63–4
Milner, John i: 6 n15, 8 n24
Milton, John i: 56, 63, 66, ii: 400 n227
Moderate, The (newsbook) i: 26–7, 30 n109
Mordy, John ii: 450
mortality, bills of ii: 400 n222
Moule, Gregory i: 38 n139, 91
Mylne, John i: 6
Navigation Act ii: 403 n283
Nayler, James i: 17, ii: 445
Nedham, Marchamont i: 40–1
Nero, Emperor i: 225 n523
pg 461 New Model Army i: 13, 81
Newgate ii: 26 n82
Niclaes, Henrik ii: 442
Norcopp, Thomas i: 8 n24
Norman Yoke i: 32, 43, ii: 40 n4, 56 n6, 77 n13, 151 n14, 382 n10
Oglethorpe, Dorothy i: 20 n72
ordination, and Parliamentary legislation i: 226 n537
Orwell, George i: 67
Overton, Richard ii: 77 n12, 275 n58, 450
Paine, Thomas ii: 422
Palmer, John i: 35 n129, 39, ii: 20 n2, 450–1
Parker, Henry ii: 275 n58
Parker, Thomas i: 199 n121
Parret, Edward ii: 450
Payne, Sir Robert ii: 408
Pecke, Samuel ii: 432 n2
Pennard, Abraham (alias Goodgroome) i: 32, ii: 451
Peter, Hugh ii: 383 n20, 385 n32
Petergorsky, David i: 2
Platt, John i: 12, 34, 35, 38, 39, ii: 153 n47, 451
Pope, Alexander ii: 57 n27
Pordage, John i: 15, ii: 446–7
postal service ii: 399 n221
Potter's List ii: 253 n50
poverty i: 4, 11, 28, 37, 46
Pra, John ii: 451
Presbyterians
and church government i: 233 n660, 235 n688, 455 n17
and establishment of national church i: 190 n9
lobbying against liberty of conscience i: 190 n12
and petitions for Presbyterian government i: 252 n1006
Protestation Oath ii: 25 n61, 42 n28
purgatory i: 298 n97
Puritans
and coming of Christ i: 57, 217 n388
and formality in religion i: 30, 52, 197 n94, ii: 29 n107
Putney Debates i: 43, ii: 41 n23, 103 n27
Quakers i: 55, 454 n4, ii: 441–3, 448–50, 455
and Winstanley i: 17, 23–4, 42, 59, 71
Quarter Sessions ii: 25 n63, 253 n44, n397 n183
Rainsborough, Colonel ii: 103 n27
Rand, John ii: 427 n22
rape i: 48, ii: 404 n289
regicide i: 42, 48, 57
Rigby, Colonel ii: 408, 410 n16
Robinson, Luke i: 17
Rogers, Mr ii: 451
Rump Parliament ii: 383 nn17, 20
Rushworth, John ii: 432 n2, 433 n3
sabbatarianism i: 27, 56, 237 n727, 462 n151
Sabine, George i: 2, 82–3, 88
salus populi suprema lex ii: 275 n58
Sanders, Henry i: 28–9, 37, ii: 451
Sawyer, Robert ii: 20 n2, 451
Scotland
English conquest of ii: 390 n89
and invasion of England i: 193 n40, 388 n141
Second Civil War i: 189 n4, 388 n141, 389 n164
sectarianism i: 14, 15, 51, 53, 59
Sedgwick, William i: 70
separatist churches i: 573 n87
Sexby, Edward ii: 41 n23
Sheppard, William ii: 404 n286
Simmons, Matthew i: 199 n121
Smith, Ralph i: 10 n29
Smith, William ii: 451
pg 462 Solemn League and Covenant i: 7, 14, 44–5, 53, ii: 24 n59, 41 n25, 42 n29, 58 n41, 76 n4, 77 nn 17, 19, 78 n35, 102 n24, 104 nn 44, 46, 168 n1, 439 n11
South, John ii: 20 n2, 452
South, Thomas i: 9, ii: 452
Spire, Anthony ii: 452
Standley/Stanley, Elizabeth, see Winstanley, Elizabeth
Stanley, Gabriel i: 19
Star, Thomas i: 32, 33, 36, 42 n148, 85, ii: 20 n2, 452
Star, William i: 32, 33, 36, 39, ii: 452–3
Staunton, Dr Edmund i: 14
Stoke d'Abernon i: 12 n38, 34, 36, ii: 445, 454
Strafford, Earl of ii: 439 n6
Stravie, Captain ii: 56 n19, 453
Strickland, Lord i: 17
Sutton, Edward i: 33, 36, 39, ii: 453
Sutton, Thomas i: 39, ii: 436, 453
Taylor, David i: 2
Taylor, John (Digger) ii: 20 n2, 153 n49, 454
Taylor, John (Digger opponent) i: 32, ii: 453
Taylor, Richard ii: 454
Taylor, William ii: 20 n2, 454
Tench, William ii: 454
Thomason, George i: 16, 70, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 88, 89, 90, 92, ii: 62 n3
Thurloe, John ii: 399 n221
Tillam, Thomas i: 199 n121
Tuke, Thomas i: 4, 53 n195
Turner, Hugh i: 19–20, 21, 22
Turner, Joan i: 19
Tutchbury, Giles i: 23
Twegg, George i: 8 n24
types and typology i: 62–3, 237 n72, 252 n99, 303 n190, 401 n371, 593 n453
universities i: 454 n4
Ussher, James i: 578 n195
Vann, Richard i: 2
Verney, Ralph ii: 77 n23, ii: 454
Vicars, John i: 10
Vincent, Sir Anthony i: 39, ii: 77 n23, ii: 420 n6, 454–5
Walker, Clement i: 27, ii: 105 n75, 106 n75
Waller, Sir William i: 13
Wallin, Ann i: 7
Wallin, Patient i: 4, 5 n12, 6, 7
Walton, Izaak i: 3
Walton-on-Thames Diggers i: 11–12, 24, 25, 28–9, 30–1, 32–3, 34, 39, 42, 49, 50, ii: 26 n86, 441, 450
Walwyn, William i: 14, ii: 77 n14
Warr, John ii: 443
Webb, John ii: 455
Webb, Samuel i: 32, ii: 455
Weeden, Daniel ii: 455
Wellingborough (Northamptonshire) Diggers i: 37, 38, ii: 433 n6
Wenman, Thomas Lord ii: 77 n23, 455
Wentworth, George i: 20 n72
Westerne, Robert i: 9 n25, 10
Westminster Assembly of Divines i: 14, 207 n223, 389 n168
Wheeler, Richard ii: 455
Whitefield, Richard i: 5
Wicher, Edward ii: 455
Wilkinson, John ii: 455
Williams, Jane i: 5
Windmill Tavern i: 4 n8
Winstanley, Charles ii: 405, 409 n6
Winstanley, Clement (son) i: 19
Winstanley, Edmund i: 2
Winstanley, Elizabeth (daughter) i: 19
Winstanley, Elizabeth (nee Standley/ Stanley) i: 19, 21, 23
Winstanley, Gerrard
and activism i: 25, 26
appearance before Fairfax i: 29, ii: 55 n2
pg 463 apprenticed as merchant taylor i: 2–3
and arrest for debt i: 17–18
and astrology ii: 397 n195
and baptism i: 2, 15, 56, 468 n228
and the Bible i: 59–65
challenges orthodox interpretations of i: 61
contemporary socio-historical interpretation i: 64–5
control over scriptural exegesis i: 60–1
Daniel i: 63–4
garden of Eden i: 61–2
interpretation of i: 60
Jonah and the gourd i: 64–5
Revelation i: 63
symbolic significance of conflicts in i: 62–3
typology i: 62–3
use of i: 59–60
and business career i: 4, 8
children of i: 19
and civil magistracy i: 16
and civil war i: 6, 7, 42–3
complexity of self-presentations of i: 1
death of i: 23
and Diggers i: 12–15, 17, 24–5, 28–30, 35–9, 42, 45–6, 47, 49, 54, 67
and election of common councillors i: 6, ii: 395 n165
and the Engagement of Loyalty to the Republic i: 35, 36–7, 45, ii: 251 n4, 276 n63, 384 n25
and family background i: 2
and financial collapse i: 7–10
indicted for trespass i: 32–3, 34, 39
and justification of Diggers i: 38–9
and law suit against Gorges i: 21–3
and letters to Fairfax and Council of State i: 35
literary achievement of i: 65–9
as phrase-maker i: 68
style i: 66–8
verse i: 68–9
local offices held by i: 19
and marriage to Elizabeth Standley i: 19
and marriage to Susan King i: 4–5
move to Cobham i: 10–11
and oversight of Hugh Turner's will i: 19–23
and passivity i: 25–6
and political and social thought i: 42–51
agricultural improvement i: 46
annual elections i: 50
apprenticeships ii: 396 n174
chastity i: 47
common land i: 44, 45–6
company government ii: 396 n173
corporal punishment ii: 158 n139
as culmination of parliament's struggle i: 42
David's Law i: 42–3, ii: 155 n80, 252 n22, 382 n12
direct collective action i: 49
hostility to idleness i: 46–7, ii: 390 n100, 403 n282
ideal commonwealth i: 48, 50
kingly power i: 27, 44, 45, 214 n341
law reform i: 50
legitimation through parliament's actions i: 44–5
the Norman Yoke i: 32, 43–4, ii: 40 n4, 56 n6, 77 n13, 151 n14, 382 n10
opposition to violent struggle i: 48–9
patriarchal authority i: 47–8, ii: 394 n151
political authority i: 49–50
private property i: 45–6, 49, 571 n52, ii: 225 n39
punishment ii: 404 n286
rape i: 48, ii: 404 n289
spiritual renewal i: 48
and Presbyterian networks i: 9–10
and Quakers i: 17, 23–4, 42, 55, 59, 71
pg 464 and the Ranters i: 36, 47, ii: 154 n63, 230 n142, 387 n65
and religious beliefs and thought i: 12–13, 24, 51–9
angelology i: 397 n319
anticlericalism i: 52–3, 54
antinomianism i: 55, 299 n122
apocalypticism i: 36, 63
christology i: 205 n199
context of i: 51
creation ex deo i: 56
development of i: 13–15
early orthodoxy i: 52
God as Reason i: 51, 55–6, 456 n37
God's manifestation i: 54–5
heaven i: 56, 62
hell i: 56, 62, 310 n307
heterodoxy i: 51–2, 53, 56–7
indwelling Christ ii: 64 n18
indwelling spirit i: 55
infant baptism i: 56
kenosis ii: 233 n192
later religious activities i: 58–9
liberty of conscience i: 50, 51
millenarianism i: 48, 57–8
prophecy i: 24, 48, 54, 55, 60, 63, 64, 67, 68, 88
rejection of the Trinity i: 56
religious struggle i: 6–7, 14–15, 53–4
sabbatarianism i: 56, 237 n727
spiritual awakening and revelation i: 54
visionary trance i: 25, 54
and rise to the gentry i: 18
and social transformation i: 27
and Solemn League and Covenant i: 7, 14, 44–5, 53, ii: 24 n59, 41 n25, 42 n29, 439 n11
and St Olave's parish affairs i: 5–6
and start of digging i: 28–9
utopian vision of i: 48
and women i: 24, 47–8, ii: 404 n289
and works for Lady Eleanor Douglas i: 16
Winstanley, Gerrard, and writings of
An Appeal to the House of Commons i: 32–3, ii: 65–76
textual details i: 85
An Appeale to all Englishmen i: 37; ii: 243–250
textual details i: 90–1
The Breaking of the Day of God i: 58, 101–89
printing and publication details i: 69, 70
textual details i: 72, 73, 74–5
Committee for the Advance of Money i: 7
Holt's oath ii: 406
testimony ii: 406–7
A Declaration from the Poor oppressed People of England i: 32, ii: 31–9
textual details i: 82–3
A Declaration of the Bloudie and Unchristian Acting of William Star and John Taylor i: 32, ii: 59–62
textual details i: 84–5
A Declaration to the Powers of England, or The True Levellers Standard Advanced i: 29, ii: 1–20
textual details i: 79–82
England's Spirit Unfoulded i: 36, ii: 161–7
textual details i: 87–8
Fire in the Bush i: 36, 63, ii: 171–223
textual details i: 88–9
An Humble Request to the Ministers of both Universities i: 38, ii: 255–72
textual details i: 91–2
The Law of Freedom in a Platform i: 16, 46–8, 49–50, 64–5, ii: 278–381
textual details i: 92–4
Letter to the Lord Fairfax i: 32, ii: 43–55
textual details i: 83–4
letters
to the Council of State ii: 416–19
pg 465 to Lady Eleanor Douglas ii: 422–6
a letter taken at Wellingborough i: 38, ii: 430–2
to Lord Fairfax ii: 411–16
The Mysterie of God i: 25, 255–92
printing and publication details i: 69–70
textual details i: 72, 75–6
The New Law of Righteousnes i: 25–6, 472–568
printing and publication details i: 70, 71
textual details i: 78–9
A New-yeers Gift for the Parliament and Armie i: 35, 36, 42–3, 49, ii: 107–50
textual details i: 86–7
printing and publication details i: 69–71
'Relation' in Fielder's Humble Petition ii: 435–9
The Saints Paradice i: 6, 12–13, 55, 313–79
printing and publication details i: 70
textual details i: 71–2, 73, 76–7
Several Pieces Gathered into One Volume (collected edition of Winstanley's early treatises) i: 69, 71–3, 74, 80, 88
textual details i: 71–94
Truth Lifting up his head above Scandals i: 5, 15, 24, 27, 55, 408–54
textual details i: 72, 73, 77–8
A Vindication of those … Called Diggers i: 38, ii: 235–40
textual details i: 89–90
A Watch-word to the City of London i: 7–8, 26, 33, 68, ii: 79–101
textual details i: 86
Winstanley, James (lawyer) i: 2, 9, 18
Winstanley, James (merchant taylor) i: 2, 10, 28 n99, ii: 405, 407, 408, 409 n3, 410 n17
Winstanley, Jerrard (son) i: 19
Winstanley, Roger ii: 410 n13
Winstanley, Susan (née King) i: 4–5, 7, 18
Winwood, Richard ii: 455
Wise, Edward i: 20
Wise, Sampson i: 20–1
Wood, Robert i: 31 n111
Woodcock, Francis i: 199 n121
Worthington, Urian (Uriah) i: 42 n148, ii: 435, 455
Wrenn, Anthony ii: 456
Yarwel, Thomas ii: 456
Yates, Nathaniel ii: 456
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