The declaration of His Highnesse the Prince of Wales, to the severall princes and states of Christendome, concerning His Royall Father the King; and his new oath and protestation, touching the Lord Gen. Fairfax, Lieut. Gen. Crumwell, and the Army. Also, the setting forth of the Princes fleet to sea, and their resolution for Ireland, to land an army in Wales, and so for England, for the rescuing of the King from the power of the sword. Together, with a bloudy fight at sea, 14 sayl of ships boarded and taken, and about 40 piece of ordnance. And the declaration and proposals of the Parliament Navy, to the Army. Likewise, a conference between the Lord Gen. Fairfax, Lieut. Gen. Crumwell, and the Lord Admirall VVarwick, touching the King and kingdome.
Printed in the Year, 1648.
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