Peace againe in Sion, or, Heaven appeased, man to God reconciled, England and Scotland united. Shewing how the sword was drawne, the battel was pitched, desolation and destruction threatned on both sides, but thanks be to God, the angell hath sheathed up his sword, the Parliament hath made us friends, and the armies are quite disbanded. With the manner of the Scots departure from New-Castle into Scotland.
Printed for Richard Burton, and are to be sold at the signe of the Horse-shooe in Smith-field,
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