By the Council of State. A proclamation. Whereas the Council of State hath received information, that there is an endeavour by Colonel John Lambert, and other officers (lately reduced) to raise a new war and to imbroil the nation in blood and distractions, and to hinder the members from meeting in the next Parliament, on whose free councel (under God) the hope of setling the nations both principally depend. ...
Printed by Abel Roper and Tho. Collins, Printers to the Council of State,
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