A worthy speech spoken at the Guild-Hall by the Earle of Holland

Publication Date1642
RemainderWith the resolution of the Earle of Pembroke, Earle of Northumberland, Earle of Bedford, Earle of Holland, Viscount Say and Seyle. Sir Edward Hungerford. And Sir Thomas Barrington. Declared in their severall speeches at the Guild Hall, on Munday the 20. day of June, 1642. Also some passages concerning His Maiesties letter to the Lord Major, touching the carrying in of plate into Guild Hall. Together with a command from the High Court of Parliament, to the Officers of Ireland. As also the cruelty used by the Lord Macquere to the Protestants in Ireland, one of the rebels now prisoner in the Tower. With severall votes of the Lord Keeper, concerning the lawfulnesse of the exercise of the militia. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, that these particulars shall be forthwith printed. Jo. Browne Cler. Parl.
Extent[2], 6 p.
Publisherprinted by T. Fawcet

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