England and Wales. Army
VIAF ID: 148945707
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- The resolution of the Army concerning the King, Lords, and Commons and their solemn contract and engagement to be tendered to the people of England, upon the principles of common rights and freedom, and to stand firme and remain unalterable for ever : with their remonstrance and proposals to the kingdome, shewing what law and government they would have established and confirmed ...
- Plain English to the Parliament and Army and to the rest of the people : to convince the obstinate, undeceive the simple, vindicate the innocent, settle the wavering
- Papers from the Armie concerning His Excellency and the General Councell, their dislike of the papers from the new agents of the five regiaments of horse, and a happy peace and unity setled by a mutuall agreement. Orders concerning quartering of souldiers ... Also the rates for the officers and souldiers, with other rules agreed upon at a councell of warre. And an order of both Houses of Parliament in answer to a letter from the Kings Majesty ... on Friday last, Octob. 22, 1647.
- Canadian almanac, 1945:
- A declaration of the army of England upon their march into Scotland
- A declaration of the English army now in Scotland : touching the justness & necessity of their present proceedings in that nation.
- A charge delivered in the name of the Army under the command of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax unto the commissioners of Parliament with the Army at S. Albans, June 14, 1647, and by them sent up to the Parliament against several members of the honorable House of Commons. Also A paper delivered to the said commissioners of Parliament, June 15, from his Excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax and the Army under his command, of some farther humble proposals and desires to the honorable Houses of Parliament.
- A Declaration of the Army concerning the Kings Majesty, the Prince of Wales, and the citizens of London : agreed upon by the officers and souldiers under the command of the Lord Gen. Fairfax : to be read and published throughout the respective counties within the kingdom of England and dominion of Wales : and a remonstrance thereupon, touching the proceedings of the King and both Houses of Parliament, together with a letter read in both Houses containing a charge against all those who shall act contrary to the lawes of the land ...
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