The designes of the rebels in Kent. At their rendezvous, the day before the storming of Maidstone. As they were found in a person of qualities pocket, who was taken prisoner, and this day sent up to the House of Commons. Upon which, and other things of note, the Lords and Commons had a conference this day. With the substance of His Excellencies letter to both Houses of Parliament, of a more fuller relation then formerly, having taken so many arms as to make up 4000. 1500 prisoners, and 1500 horse; besides all the country-men, whom the Generall hath discharged, and sent to their own homes. Together, with an act of indempnity passed by the House of Commons for the county of Essex, with their laying down of their armes, and returning to their own habitations. Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbot.
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