Mr. Peters last report of the English vvars occasioned by the importunity of a friend pressing an answer to seven quæres : viz. I. Why he was silent at the surrender of Oxford : II. What he observed at Worcester it being the last towne in the kings hand : III. What were best to doe with the army : IV. If he had any expedient for the present difference : V. What his thoughts were in relation to forreigne states : VI. How these late mercies and conquests might be preserved and improved : VII. Why his name appeares in so many bookes not without blots, and he never wipe them off.
Printed by M.S. for Henry Overton,
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