The last vvill and testament of Sir James Independent. Who lyeth now dangerously sick of a disease, called by some, the resolution of the Parliament and citie, to oppose their mutinous army; by others, the impossibilitie of Independencie. With his confession, admonition, and legacies left to his deare children, in and about the Citie of London. With his death, buriall, and epitaph.
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Printed in the yeare 1647.
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