The Queens proceedings in Yorkshire. Beeing a true relation of these following particulars, 1 Of the proceedings of the Earl of Newcastles Army. 2 Of the forces with the Queen. 3 Information brought to the Parliament concerning her Majesties proceedings. 4 Proceedings in the Parliament touching her attendants. 5 The Parliaments resolution concering her Majesty. 6 The petition of the states of Scotland, to his Majesty at Oxford. 7 A letter from the states in Scotland to the Parliament certifying that they resolved to raise an army of 10000. men, to come against the Earl of Newcastle, for their own security. With the committee who are to treat with his Majesty concerning accomodation. And a vindication of the Lord Say, made in a speech before the Lords, concerning false aspersions cast upon him.
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