The declaration of the armie concerning the Kings Majesty, and the treaty; : and their resolution to execute justice upon all those Lords and Commons, aldermen, and Common-councell-men of the city of London, who invited Duke Hambleton and his army into this Kingdome. Also, their letter to the citizens of London, who presented the late and large petition to the Parliament, against a personall treaty with the King; and their protestation to live and die with them against all opposers whatsoever. Presented to His Excellency the Lord Generall Fairfax, in the name of the officers and soldiery of the army, and commanded to be printed and published. Subscribed, Paul Hobson. Whereunto is annexed, new propositions from the King, his declaration concerning the Presbyterian government, and a journall of the proceedings of the treaty.
- [London] : Die 9. Octob. 1648. Printed for C. VV. and are to be sole [sic] neer the Royall Exchange in Cornhill, 
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