A View of the present condition of the three kingdomes of England, Scotland, and Ireland. : Manifested in these interchangeable passages betweene them, viz. 1. A declaration of both Houses of Parliament to the Generall Assembly in Scotland. 2. A letter sent by some ministers in England to the Generall Assembly in Scotland. 3. His Majesties letter to the Generall Assembly in Scotland. 4. The petition of the Generall Assembly in Scotland to the Kings Majesty. 5. The declaration of the Generall Assembly in Scotland to the Parliament in England. 6. The answer of the Generall Assembly in Scotland, to the ministers in England. 7. The commission of the Generall Assembly for publicke officers, ... 8. An act anent the Assemblies desires to the counsell and commissioners of peace. 9. The petition of the commissioners from the Assembly to the lords of the secret counsell. 10. The petition of the lords of the secret counsell to his Majesty. 11. An act discharging all petitions in the name of the Kirke, ... 12. An indiction for a fast, and the causes thereof. 13. The order for the Lord Maitlands going to his Majesty, ... 14. The petition of the Scotch nobility, ... in Ireland to the Assembly in Scotland. 15. An act giving commission to the ministers sent to Ireland.
- London, : Printed for John Bellamy, and Ralph Smith., 1642.
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