Three speeches spoken in Guild-Hall concerning His Majesties refusall of a treaty of peace, and what is to be done thereupon. Two of them spoken by the Lord Brook, and one by Sir Henry Vane, on Tuesday the 8. of Novemb. 1642. Also, votes of the Houses of Parliament, made on Munday the 7. of Novemb, and read in Guild-hall on Tuesday the 8. of Novemb. 1642. With an order from both Houses of Parliament, for every souldier to repaire to his colours, and there the foot-souldiers to receive halfe a crowne, and the horse-souldiers five shillings a piece extradordinary. H. Elsynge Cler. Parliament. D. Com.
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