The decoy: or, A practice of the Parliaments, by the perfidie of the Earle of Holland, to discover and destroy the loyall party: manifested by the whole conduct of the designe wherein the Lord Duke of Buckingham, the Earle of Peterbrorough, and the Lord Francis lately ingaged. And the manner and causes of the defeat given unto their party at Kingston, described.
Printed in the yeer 1648.
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