The humble petition of the Lords and Commons to the King [April 1642] :
for leave to remove the magazine at Hull, to the Tower of London: and also to take off the reprieve of the six condemned priests now in New-gate. Together with his Maiesties answer thereunto. Also a list of the names of the severall colonells, and their colours, with the lievtenant colonells, serjeant majors, and captaines and lievtenants appointed by the committee, for the ordering of the militia of this honourable citie of London. Likewise, the copy of two letters; the one from the Commons House of Parliament, to the members in their severall counties, to further the advancement of the adventure for Ireland: the other, from the Commons House to the severall sheriffes of this kingdom.
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Printed at London : by T[homas]. P[aine]. for T.B., 
Also published with title: Humble petition of the Lords and Commons in Parliament, sent to His Majestie at York.
Date of publication and printer's name from Wing (CD-ROM edition).
Physical description: 8 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), E1583A
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