Englands third alarm to vvarre: stirring up the whole land as one man, to help the Lord, and his servant David (all the faithfull in the world) against most bloudy adversaries, mighty hunters before the Lord. In which warre, no resistance is maintained, bnt [sic] what has now (as in Davids time) a sweet agreement with duty, and affinity with the best obedience: no resistance then or now of regall authority, or higher power, but of those, who are the greatest enemies thereunto: such were Sauls willing helpers in his war against David; such are the Kings helpers in his warre now, against his best subjects, the faithfull of the land.
Printed for Thomas Vnderhill, in the second yeare of the Beasts wounding, warring against the Lamb, and those that are with him, called, chosen, and faithfull,
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