The Scots mist yet gathering to wet English-men to the skinne, or, The people and souldiers observations on the Scots declaration to the Parliament of England. July 1648 compared with their former observations on the Scots message November 1647. And both of them, with the Scotts present invasion of England, by a great army of old souldiers and Irish rebells, for all our goods, to be forcibly maintained on the spoyle and ruins of the people: For establishing 1. Themselves, their wives, children and servants in all places of England, where they can be able to subdue and keep. 2. The king (or Duke Hamilton) on his royall throne. 3. Their cruel and severe (but not true nor sincere) religion, with a priest in every parish, if not the late 26 bloudy bishops (which were degraded) for all.
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