New Presbyterian light springing out of Independent darkness. or VI. important new queries proposed to the Army, and their friends and party of the Houses; concerning the late ordinance for repeal of the new militia of London, setled by an ordinance of both Houses, when full and free, for an whole year, (not yet one quarter expired;) and other late repeals of ordinances and votes; and the high declaration against the intended petition and engagement of the Londoners and others, for the speedy settlement of the kingdomes peace: occasioned by the debates thereof in the Common Councel in the Guildhal on Saturday last, the 24 of this instant Iuly. Discovering the dangerous consequences of repealing ordinances and votes, and the Independents, sectaries, and Armies plots, to blast the honour, justice, and reputation of this Parliament, thereby to dissolve it and all others in it; their false pretences of peace, when they intend nought lesse; and their strange injustice and malice against Presbyterians, which will end in their own dishonour and downfal.
|Main Author:||Prynne, William, 1600-1669.|
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