The declaration of Major Generall Massey concerning his comming into England to assist his dread Soveraign Lord the King: and to be Lieutenant-Generall under His Highnesse the Prince of Wales. With his message to the Queen of England, and the Prince concerning the same. Also, a relation of the relieving of Colchester, and a list of the Duke of York his navie, concerning their proceedings, and their sayling towards England. Likewise, joyfull propositions from the House of Peeres, concerning a personall treaty with the Kings Majesty, to compose all differences between the King and His people, and to settle the Kingdome in peace and unity, to the great joy and comfort of all true-hearted subjects.
Printed for generall satisfaction of all that desires peace,
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