The joynt resolution, and declaration of the Parliament and Counsell of the Army, for the taking away of Kings and Lords. : The fight betweene a partie of Colonell Rich his horse, and the Earle of Middlesex, Lord Carre, and Colonell Spenser. With a further charge of his excellencie the Lord Fairfax, and the Councell of Warre, against the maine sticklers amongst the excluded members. Viz. foure prudentiall men; Sir William Lewis, Master Swinfin, Col. Berch, and Master Greene: foure assertors; Master Pryn, Master Walker, Master Edward Stephens, and Master Gowen: five middlemen; Sir Robert Harley, Colonell Harley, Colonell William Strowd, Master Lee, and Master Wheeler: the other five (who bring up the forlorne-hope:) Sir William Waller, Sir John Clotworthy, Major Generall Massey, Major Generall Brown, and Commissary Copley. The court marshall appointed for the tryall of the King; with an order and declaration from the said court. Together with a true copie of the proclamation, for the tryall of the King.

[London : publisher not identified], Printed in the yeare, 1649.
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Annotation on Thomason copy: "Jan. 11. 1648".
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