"For by naturall birth, all men are equally and alike borne to like propriety, liberty, and freedome, and as we are delivered of God by the hand of nature into this world, every one with a naturall, innate freedome and propriety (as it were writ in the table of every mans heart, never to be obliterated) even so are we to live, every one equally and alike to enjoy his Birth-right and priviledge"
— Overton, Richard (fl. 1640-1663)
An Arrow Against All Tyrants and Tyranny, Shot from the Prison of Newgate Into the Prerogative Bowels of the Arbitrary House of Lords and All Other Usurpers and Tyrants Whatsoever ([London]: Printed at the backside of the Cyclopian Mountains, by Martin Claw-Clergy, printer to the reverend Assembly of Divines, and are to be sould at the signe of the Subjects Liberty, right opposite to persecuting Court, 1646). <Link to ESTC>
See also English Levellers, ed. Andrew Sharp (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1998).