The Parliaments love and loyalty to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie. Wherein is proved, that the Parliaments discontent, and the Kings disaffection toward them, is the effect of evill councellors, that seeke the ruine and destruction of the kingdom. With some additionall reasons, declaring what hath caused this separation of the Kings Majestie from London, and to raise arms at York. With the occasion of these distracted times, some standing for the King, and some for the Parliament, as if they desired civill wars as the malignant party doth.
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Printed for Thomas Cook,
August 30. 1642.
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