The state of the whole kingdom concerning His Majestie and the Parliament, betweene, London, Yorke, and Hull. In a compendious demonstration of all interceding messages, intentions, or resolutions, either of the King or Parliament, with the respective answers of either. Also, certaine weighty and remarkeable admonitions sent from the commissions in Scotland, both to the King and Parliament, to compose the difference between them.
printed for T.W.,
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