A true and perfect narrative of what was done, spoken by and between Mr. Prynne, the old and newly forcibly late secluded members, the Army officers, and those now sitting, both in the Commons lobby, House, and elsewhere; on Saturday and Monday last (the 7. and 9. of this instant May:) with the true reasons, ends inducing Mr. Prynne ... thus earnestly to press for entry, to go and keep in the House as he did: and what proposals he intended there to make for publike peace, settlement, and preservation of the Parliaments privileges. Put in writing and published by the said William Prynne ... to rectifie the various reports, censures of this action; and give publike satisfaction ... of his sincere endevors to the uttermost of his power; to preserve our religion, laws, liberties; the essential rights, privileges freedom of Parliament, and all we yet enjoy, according to his oaths, covenant, trust, as a Parliament member, against the utter subverters of them; by meer armed force, arbitrary will and tyrannical power, through the apparent plots, seductions of our professed foreign Popish adversaries and their instruments.
|Main Author:||Prynne, William, 1600-1669.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
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