A Second Narrative of the Late Parliament (so Called). Wherein ... is Given an Account of Their Second Meeting ... As Also, how Th Protector (so Called) Dissolved Them ... With Some Quaries Sadly Proposed Thereupon. Together with an Account of 43 of Their Names, who Were Taken Out of the House, and Others that Sate in the Other House ... Also, a Vindication of Mr. John Portmans Late Prisoner in the Tower, from Those False Aspersions Cast Upon Him by the Court Pamphleter ... All Humbly Presented to Publique View by a Friend to the Good Old Cause of Jusitice ... To which is Added a Third Narrative, from Another Hand, Corrected ...

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