A true and perfect narrative of what was acted, spoken by Mr. Prynne, other formerly and freshly secluded members, the Army officers, and some now sitting in the lobby, house, elsewhere, the 7th. and 9th. of May last The grounds inducing Mr. Pr. to into the House: the evidences, reasons, by which he intended to demonstrate to them: ... with some seasonable applications to the army, the sitting, secluded members, lords, and all well-wishers to the publick. By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne. Printed and published to rectifie the various reports, censures of this action; to give publick satisfaction to all members of the old Parliament, the whole English nation, especially ... the borough of Newport in Cornwall, ... Of his sincere endeavours to the uttermost of his power, .... here clearly detected in their native colours, fruits

Publication Date1659
Extent[2], 94, 85-99, [1] p.


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