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The Kings Maiesties speech to the Lords for the raising of forces, to preserve the peace and safety of his subjects. Iune 29. Likewise a report of Mr. Hambden, and Mr. Fines, concerning a conspiracy intended against the Parliament. Whereunto is annexed joyfull newes from the Queene in Holland. Sent from Mr. Cayne, Her majesties servant, to Mr. Sanders neere Charing-Crosse. Concerning fourteene messengers which are gone from the States in Holland to His Majesty at Yorke, whose names are expressed in this ensuing relation. Together with the message the States sent to His Majestie. With their determination concerning the Lord 1 editions

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Cover of: The Kings Maiesties speech to the Lords for the raising of forces, to preserve the peace and safety of his subjects. Iune 29. Likewise a report of Mr. Hambden, and Mr. Fines, concerning a conspiracy intended against the Parliament. Whereunto is annexed joyfull newes from the Queene in Holland. Sent from Mr. Cayne, Her majesties servant, to Mr. Sanders neere Charing-Crosse. Concerning fourteene messengers which are gone from the States in Holland to His Majesty at Yorke, whose names are expressed in this ensuing relation. Together with the message the States sent to His Majestie. With their determination concerning the Lord.

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