[The] out-crie of the Kings at Westminster, or, the junto who call themselves a Parliament. For their lamentable banging at Colchester, and the havock made of their sainted army there, conducted, by the gowty rebel Tom Fairfax, by the gallant Royalists under the command of the Right Honourable the Earle of Norwich, and the most valiant Sir Charles Lucas: as also, for the routing of Lambert in the north, the revolt of the navie, the losse of Pontfract Castle, and for the good affections of their soveraigne.
Printed in the year. 1648.
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