Justice's plea, or a serious, seasonable and most submissive motion :
(back'd with many weighty motives) most humbly tendered by one of the meanest sons of his deare mother England, to the reverend synod or Assembly of Divines at Westminster, that they would be a means to the high and honourable court of Parliament, that justice may be speedily and severely executed upon all the most disloyall and treacherous enemies of the kingdom, the unnaturall paricides of their mother England.
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[London : printed for Iohn Rothwell, 1644]
Signed at end: Philo-Patriæ.
Imprint from Wing.
Physical description: 8 p. ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), J1254
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