A speedy hue and crie: after Generall Massie, Col. Poyntz, Sir Robert Pye, William Pryn, and many other new-modelled reformadoes. Who for countenancing tumults, betraying their trust to the army, keeping backe supplies from languishing Ireland, plotting and contriving a most horrid and bloody designe of prosecuting a new warre, and ingaging the City of London therein, are now fled into Scotland, and leavying an army against Sir Thomas Fairfax. Wherein the Presbyterians are displayed, opened, anatomized, and described in their true colours. Whereby all well-affected to the peace of the kingdome, may plainly perceive, what kinde of virulent and banefull vipers the Presbyters are, and how they seeke their owne private interests through blood, and the kingdomes ruine.
Printed in the yeare of jubile, 1647.
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