Densell Hollis Esquire, his worthy and learned speech in Parliament, on Thnrfeday [sic] the thirteenth of December 1641. :
Vpon the reading of the petition and protestation of the twelve bishoppes. For which they were accused of high treason, and committed to the Tower. Wherein is discovered the danger of this protestation, that it is both against the King and his royall prerogatives, the priviledges of Parliaments, the liberties of the subject, and the subvertion of the fundamtall [sic] lawes of this kingdome.
|Main Creator:||Holles, Denzil Holles, Baron, 1599-1680.|
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London : printed for Iohn Thomas, and Thomas Bankes, 1641.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small, 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H2482
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