Respublica Anglicana or The historie of the Parliament in their late proceedings Wherein the Parliament and Army are vindicated from the calumnies cast upon them in that libellous History of independency, and the falshoods, follies, raylings, impieties, and blasphemies, in that libell detected. The necessity and lawfullnesse of secluding the Members, laying aside the King, and House of Lords, is demonstrated. The lawfullnesse of the present power is proved, and the just and necessary grounds of the Armies march into Scotland are represented. Published for publicke satisfaction. The author G:W:
printed by F. Leach, for George Thompson, dwelling at the sign of the White horse in Chancery-lane,
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