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At the committee of the militia ofthe city of London the [blank] 1650 : by vertue of an act of Parlaiment, entituled, an act inabling the militia of the city of London, to raise horse within the said city, and liberties, for the defence of the parliament, city of London, liberties thereof, and parts adjacent ...
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The life and reigne of King Charls, or, The pseudo-martyr discovered with a late reply to an invective remonstrance against the Parliament and present government : together with some animadversions on the strange contrariety between the late Kings publick declarations, protestations, imprecations, and his pourtracture, compared with his previous letters, and other of his expresses not hithherto taken into common observation.
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A declaration of Vice-Admiral John Lavvson; Commander in Chief of the fleet in the narrow seas, by authority of Parliament: with the commanders of the several ships now with him in the Downes, in order to the removal of the interruption that is put upon the Parliament, the 13th. of October last..
by Lawson, John, Sir, d. 1665.Get full text
Nil novi This years fruit, from the last years root. The souldiers posture, to the right, to the left, faces about, as yee were. The royall maxime, no bishop, no king. The first-fruits of new prelats, amounting to as much as the tythes of old bishops. All summed up in an impartial relation of the partial proceedings, and uprighteous rumors raised against Henry Pinnel, concerning his endeavouring to get a parsonage. Occasioning a sudden glance upon the true resurrection, present perfection, and perfect obedience. Written in a letter to a friend.
by Pinnell, Henry.Get full text