A Part of the late King's Answer to the Humble Petition and Advice of Both Houses of Parliament sent unto his Majesty with 19 Propositions the second of June, 1642. ... Printed at the Request and Charge of Sir Francis Nethersole Knight, for the setling of the mindes of all the good people of this Kingdom in the love of the ancient Legal form of Government, whosoever may become the Governor thereof. With two Letters of the said Sir Francis Nethersole, one already printed before this Project for an aquitable and lasting Peace, and the other a written Letter therewith sent tot divers persons, never before printed
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