The grand account. Or A remonstrance, wherein is plainly discovered the vast summes of money levyed upon the kingdome by ordinance of Parliament, since the beginning of the late warre: as also an accompt of the disposall of the greatest part thereof, for the service of the Parliament, &c. Also vox populi, or the cry of the commons against committee-men. In all humility tendered unto the consideration of the body representative, now sitting in Parliament at Westminster. Let him that stole, steale no more.
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Oxford [i.e. London? :
By J. Harris and H. Hills] Printed and published for the satisfaction of the kingdome,
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