No Parliament but the old, or, A new-years gift for the late interrupted Parliament, now restored to the exercise of their trust ovvned by the Army, expected by the people, and performed by God : wherein is shewed by divers reasons, that the commonwealth can receive at present no good, but much detriment in the fundamental liberties of the nation, and the Good Old Cause, if any other Parliament sit but the late interrupted Parliament.
|Main Author:||W. R., Doctor in physick.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed by John Clowes,
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