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March 17. Master Pyms speech in Parliament. Wherein is expressed his zeal and reall affection to the publikegood. As also shewing what dangers are like to ensue by want of their enjoying the priviledges ofParliament. With the generall occasion of grief to the House, thorough [sic] His Majesties alienating himself from his Parliament in his opinions. Whereunto is added, some passages that hapned the ninth of March, between the Kings Majesty, and the Committee of both Houses, when the Declaration was delivered. What passed the next day, when His Majesty delivered his answer 1 edition

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March 17. Master Pyms speech in Parliament. Wherein is expressed his zeal and reall affection to the publikegood. As also shewing what dangers are like to ensue by want of their enjoying the priviledges ofParliament. With the generall occasion of grief to the House, thorough [sic] His Majesties alienating himself from his Parliament in his opinions. Whereunto is added, some passages that hapned the ninth of March, between the Kings Majesty, and the Committee of both Houses, when the Declaration was delivered. What passed the next day, when His Majesty delivered his answer.

Published 1641 by Printed for Andrew Coe and Marmaduke Boat in London .
Written in English.

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Wing: P4289.

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OL13941912M

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