Author:Clement Walker

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Clement Walker
(1595–1651)
English politician

Works[edit]

  • The several Examinations and Confessions of the Treacherous Conspirators against the City of Bristol (1643)
  • The true Causes of the Commitment of Mr. C. Walker to the Tower (1643)
  • The Petition of Clement Walker and William Prynne (1643)
  • An answer to Colonel N. Fiennes's Relation concerning the Surrender of Bristol (1643)
  • Articles of Impeachment exhibited to Parliament against Colonel N. Fiennes by C. Walker and W. Prynne (1643)
  • A true and full Relation of the Prosecution, Trial, and Condemnation of Colonel N. Fiennes (1644), co-authored with William Prynne
  • The Mystery of the two Juntos, Presbyterian and Independent (1647)
  • The History of Independency, with the Rise, Growth, and Practices of that powerful and restless Faction (1648), as Theodorus Verax
  • A List of the Names of the Members of the House of Commons, observing which are Officers of the Army contrary to the Self-denying Ordinance (1648)
  • A Declaration and Protestation of W. Prynne and C. Walker against the Proceedings of the General and General Council of the Army (1649)
  • Six serious Queries concerning the King's Trial
  • Anarchia Anglicana, or the History of Independency, the second part (1649), as Theodorus Verax
  • The Case between C. Walker, Esq., and Humphrey Edwards (1650)
  • The Case of Mrs. M. Walker, the wife of Clement Walker, Esq.
  • The High Court of Justice, or Cromwell's New Slaughter House in England, being the third part of the "History of Independency," written by the same Author (1651)
  • The History of Independency (1661)
a composite work, consisting of:
The Mystery of the two Juntos, Presbyterian and Independent
The History of Independency, with the Rise, Growth, and Practices of that powerful and restless Faction
A List of the Names of the Members of the House of Commons, observing which are Officers of the Army contrary to the Self-denying Ordinance
A Declaration and Protestation of W. Prynne and C. Walker against the Proceedings of the General and General Council of the Army
Six serious Queries concerning the King's Trial
Anarchia Anglicana
The High Court of Justice, or Cromwell's New Slaughter House in England

Works about Walker[edit]


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