The declaration and remonstrance of the Kings Majesties loyall subjects within the City of London, to the Lords & Commons assembled at Westminster, concerning the army under the command of the Lord Gen. Fairfax, & the discontents & jealousies thereof, occasioned by their aversnesse to the settlement of religion, their disaffection to the city, and the advancement of their own private power and ends. Also, the proposalls of Sir Charles Lucas, to the Councell of Warre before his death. And a great fight near Nampswich, in Cheshire, divers killed, and 1500. taken prisoners.

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