A currant. 12 Julli, stylo novo, 1642. Or, some passages of great and dangerous consequence in France. Also an exact relation of the present state and condition of Germany, between the imperialists Swedes, and others; and of the happy successe and progresse of the said Swedes. With other considerable matters fitting to be known in these times, wherein so many heads are employed against the Parliament of England.
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