The discovery of a great and wicked conspiracie against this kingdome in generall, and the City of London in particular. Being a letter sent from the Hague in Holland, and directed to Secretary Nicholas, but intercepted by the way, and read in both Houses of Parliament on Saturday the 26 of November, 1642. Also what great preparation of money, men, and armes, there is made in Holland, France, and Denmarke, to assist the Kings Majesty in England. With the manner how the said letter was intercepted and taken. Whereunto is added, an order by the Lord Major, for the raysing of of [sic] 30000 li. in the City of London, by vertue of an ordinance of both Houses of Parliament. Sabbathi, 26. Novemb. 1642. Ordered by the Lords and Commons ... that this letter shall be forthwith printed ... John Browne, Cler. Parl.
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Nov. 28. London Printed for Iohn Wright,
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