The resolution of Major-Generall Monro concerning Lieutenant-Generall Crumwell, and the English forces; and his randezvouz at Hexam-Moor in Northumberland, with 8000 horse and foot, 20 pieces of ordnance, and divers other engines of war. And his declaration at the head of each regiment, touching their engagement. With his protestation to live and die with them. Also, a letter of the proceedings of the Prince of VVales, concerning the raising of new forces to come into England, and the results and proceedings of the States of the United Provinces for the relief of His Highnesse, ... Likewise, the proceedings of the Kings party in the town of Yarmouth, ... As also, the time of the beginning of the treaty, ... Printed for satisfaction of all his Majesties loyall subjects.
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