Severall letters from the commissioners of the kingdome of Scotland residing at London to William Lenthall, speaker of the House of Commons, concerning the proceedings against religion, the King and government. Together with their declaration and protestation against the taking away his Majesties life, and their letter to Sir Thomas Fairfax. Jan. 1648/9. As also, their demands 24. Feb. 1648/9. for King Charles the Second, as righteous heir to the crown of these kingdoms, and their second protestation against the proceedings of the Commons then sitting at Westminster. Together with a declaration of the said Commons upon that paper, and the imprisonment of the commissioners.
Printed at London, and re-printed at Edinburgh,
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