The votes and proceedings in Parliament, for bringing the King out of the Isle of Wight, within ten miles of London. The taking of the Isle of Axom by Colonell Overton, and two letters of the whole proceedings at the Leaguer before Colchester, a Lieutenant Colonell, and many other prisoners taken, and a great present sent to the Lord Generall. Also, the proceedings against Major Rolfe, who is detected for a designe to make away the King, and the vindication of Major Generall Skippon.
|Corporate Author:||England and Wales. Parliament.|
|Other Authors:||S. T., Early English Books Online.|
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