A narrative of the late Parliament, (so called) their election and appearing, the seclusion of a great part of them. The sitting of the rest. With an account of the places of profit, sallaries, and advantages which they hold and receive, under the present power. With some queries thereupon: and upon the most materiall acts and proceedings passed by them. All, humbly proposod [sic] to consideration; and published for information of the people. By a friend to the Common-Wealth, and to its dear bought rights and freedome.
- [London : publisher not identified], Anno 1657
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