The grand informer. Or the prerogative of princes, priviledge of parliaments, propriety of the subiect, and power of the magistrate in point of civill government fully asserted. Being a cleare and iust vindication of the late proceedings of the Army under the conduct and command of his Excelency Sir Thomas Fairfax: by certain positions built upon principles both of religion and reason.
Printed by I.H. and H.H. and commanded to be published for the information of the oppressed commons of England,
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