Good and joyfull nevves from York· Being, the resolution of the gentry and commonalty of that countie, to defend and maintain the pious and faithfull proceedings of the High Court of Parliament. Declared and published at a generall assembly of the gentrie and commons of the said countie; assembled together since the Lord keepers and the recorder of London his going down to York. Also, the copy of a letter sent from the committee at Lincoln, to the House of Commons, directed to the speaker of the said House, and subscribed with the names of the said committee. Ordered by the House of Commons, that this be forthwith printed. Together, with a catalogue of the names of the Dukes, Marquesses, Earles and Lords, that have absented themselves from the Parliament, and are now with His Majestie at York.
Iune 6. London, printed for I. Tompson, and A. Coe,
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