The independents declaration and remonstrance to the Parliament of England declaring their full resolution and intentions touching the Kings Majesty, and the treaty; and their protestation to both Houses, concerning their proceedings in the said treaty, and concluding of a peace with the King. Also, their proposals to the House of Commons, touching the trust reposed in them by the people of England, shewing, that if they act against the truth reposed in them, the people are bound in conscience and duty to act against them. Whereunto is annexed, His Majesties new propositions read in both Houses yesterday; and a joyfull message sent to the citizens of London. with His Majesties proposals touching the army, and the Independent party.
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