A declaration from both Houses of Parliament, May 17. Hen. Eising [sic] Cler. Parl. :
With His Maiesties letter to the gentry of Yorkeshire, May 16. 1642. Also divers principall matters of great note and high consequence. The 1. concerning the messengers that were imployed to fetch up Sir Francis Wortley, and some other gentlemen of the county of Yorke, as delinquents. The second, concerning Mr. Attorney Generall who was released from his imprisonment, giving baile for his appearance. The third, concerning the Lord St. John and Mr. Binion, with many more remarkable passages. The fourth, concerning Judge Berkly, and many other delinquents. Together with a list of the Irish committee, for choosing of officers.
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[London] : May 20. Printed for I. Tomson, and A. Coe, 1642.
Place of publication from Wing.
The king's letter, dated 16 May 1642, is found on A1v. The balance of the work is proceedings of Parliament. Includes the Lords' declaration of 17 May concerning the king's proposed removal of the next term from Westminster to York.
Also issued in the same year with title page (A1r) partly reset and last page (A4v) in different setting (Wing C2402A). In that issue the title is: His Maiesties letter to the gentry of Yorkeshire, May 16. 1642.".
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), E1338
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