A perfect declaration of all the promises and protestations made unto the Kings Majestie by the Parliament; by way of accommodation of peace. : Wherein the Parliament have made knowne to the world, their owne ends and intentions; and offered to His Majestie all that a treaty can produce, or His Majestie expect: security, honour, service, obedience, support, and all other effects of an humble, loyall, and faithfull subjection.
- London, : Printed for Robert Wood., 1643.
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- Early English books online
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