The trve petition of Colonel Hvme as it was presented to the Lords assembled in the high court of Parliament : being then one of the poore brethren of the famous foundation of the Charter house : declaring to their lordships that if they would be pleased to imploy him for the businesse in Ireland and let him have but sixscore or an hundred instruments of war : which he should give direction for to be made : he would ruine the rebels all within three months or else lose his head : likewise he will undertake within three months if their lordships would but give credence to him to bring in by sea, being furnished with a compleat Navy to His Majestie and the Parliament 20 millions of money.
- London : Printed for Iohn Giles, 1642.
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