The declaration and resolution of the knights, gentry, and free-holders of the county of Kent, now in armes for the defence and preservation of the Kings Majesties royall person, the priviledges of the subjects, and the laws and liberties of the free-born people of this nation. With their resolution touching the army; and all others that shall oppose them. And their randevouzing at Black-Heath, and their skirmish with a party of the generals horse, with the manner thereof, and their taking of divers pieces of ordnance, armes, and ammunition.
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Printed for R.W.,
Anno Dom. 1648.
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