The riddles unridled or, an answer by way of depositions of the free-commons of England, to nine proposalls, by way of interogation to the generall officers and souldiers in the armie. Written for vindication of the army, from the unjust aspersions of being mercinaries, and from the scandalous imputation of rebellion. Injuriously charged upon them by the authour of those seditious proposals.
Printed in the yeare 1647.
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