the first, from an officer in His Majesties army to a gentleman in Glocestershire. Upon occasion of certain querees scattered about that country. The second, a letter from a grave gentleman once a member of the House of Commons, to his friend, (remaining a member of the same house) in London, concerning his reason why he left the House, and concerning the late treaty. The third, a letter to a gentleman of Leicestershire, shewing, that all the overtures, which have been made for peace and accommodation have proceeded from His Majesty onely.
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Oxford : Printed by Leonard Lichfield, May 24. 1643.
Physical description: , 60 p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), T1102
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