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.
Printed in the yeare 1647.
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