Three speeches delivered in Guild-hall

Publication Date1645
RemainderLondon, on Tuesday the fourth of March, by the Earl of Northumberland, the Lord Lowden, and Sir Henry Vane junior. Concerning the treaty at Uxbridge; wherein is shewed the candor of the Houses of Parliament, and the unreasonablenesse of the Kings Commissioners; in urging, that the militia might be put into the hands of such as have taken arms against the Parliament. Iustifying the cessation in Ireland, and no promise would be given that there should be no further peace made with them. Our propositions for religion rejected. Also, what course is now to be taken. Licensed, and printed according to order
Extent10, [2] p.
PublisherPrinted for Peter Cole


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