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A letter of the Parliament of Scotland to both houses of the Parliament of England.
by by Evan Tyler, printer to the kings most Excellent Majestie: And re-printed at London for Robert Bostock, at the signe of the Kings head in Pauls Church-yard in Printed at Edinburgh
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2272:14|
|Contributions||England and Wales. Parliament|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 3-12 [i.e. 14] p|
|Number of Pages||14|
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A letter of the Parliament of Scotland to both houses of the Parliament of England.: Together with the declaration of the Parliament of Scotland, concerning His Majestie: their desires; and the answer of the Parliament of England.
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She has no possessions, unless by special settlement; her property is his. approved by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, and by both Houses of Parliament, and the Assembly of Divines in England, and taken and subscribed by them anno ; and thereafter, by the said authority, taken and subscribed by all ranks in Scotland and England, the same year; and ratified by act of the Parliament of Scotland anno.Church of Scotland: A letter from the House of Commons assembled in the Parliament of England at Westminster: to the Right Honorable and Right Reverend, the Lords, Ministers and others of the present General Assembly of the Church of Scotland sitting at Edenburgh [sic] containing a narrative of the Proceedings of the Parliament of England in.The Scotts declaration, in answer to the declaration, sent unto them by their commissioners now at London, from the honourable Houses of Parliament of England: expressing their care to prevent the effusion of Christian blood; and their affections to reformation both to kirk and state.