A declaration ... concerning his majesties advancing with his army toward London ... Also, how sir I. Hinderson urged one D. Alexander ... to kill sir I. Hotham, and blow up the parliaments magazine ... Together with depositions of the said D. Alexander and sir B. Gerbier. Whereunto is added, severall votes of the Lords and Commons, corrected and amended ... to prevent false copies, Volume 61
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