An ordinance ... with instructions for the taking of the League and covenant ... Together with the League and covenant, subscribed with the names of so many of the members of the House of commons as have taken it. Also, the declaration of ... England and Scotland, of the 20 of January, 1643. Together with the declaration of the grounds and reasons of the Scots coming into this kingdom, Volume 45
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