The demands of Lieutenant-Generall Crumwell to the Estates of the Kingdom of Scotland, assembled at Edenburgh, concerning Generall Monro, and his forces, and their surrendring of the English garrisons. With his resolution touching the said army, and all those who shal assist them, in case these demands be not granted. Also, the proceedings of Generall Monro and his army in relation to an engagement, and their marching towards Stainmore neer Northumberland, with the train of artillery, and a great blow given to his Majesties enemies. Likewise, the declaration, resolution, and protestation, of the counties of York-shire, Northumberland, and the Bishoprick of Durham, concerning the two armies of England and Scotland.
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