Prince Charles his message to the Parliament of Scotland and his proposals to all his liege people within the territories of that Kingdom

Publication Date1648
Remainderdeclaring his condescensions, and articles of agreement, for the setling of the Presbyterian government, the utter abolishing of poper and episcopacy, the restoring all those to their estates, who have either assisted him, or his late father. A generall act of oblivion; and his royall engagement never to act for the future, but by consent of Parliament. Presented to the Parliament convened at Edenburgh, by the commissioners for the treaty, upon their return from His Highnesse; and the proceedings of the Parliament thereupon, touching their admitting of him to the crown and scepter
Extent[2], 6 p.
Publisherprinted for R. Williamson, and are to be sold at the Royall Exchange in Corn-hill



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