A proclamation by the estates of Scotland assembled in Parliament, proclaimed by the Lyon Harrald and his brethren harralds at the Market-Crosse of Edenburgh for restraining the subjects of their declared king from departing that kingdom by sea or land; and directed to all governours of garrisons, officers, judges, magistrates, and to all others whom it shall concern in that kingdom. Also, the last intelligence from Portugal concerning the proceedings of the resident of the common-wealth of England with the king of Portugal, and the truest newes from Scotland touching their king. with some choise passages from Ireland, Jersey and other parts.
printed for J.C. and are to be sold at the Royal Exchange, and without Cripplegate,
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