Charles Rex. His Majesties answer, to the Parliaments propositions for peace, presented to the Lords and Commons assembled at Westminster and the Scottish Commissioners, on Saturday last, by the Duke of Richmond. Wherein is declared the particular objections against the said propositions, and his Majesties desire therein. With the Parliaments answer to the same. Likewise the copy of three commissions, sent into Kent, by his Majesty, for the betraying of Dover, and Chatham to the enemy: together with the taking of 30. lords. knights, and gentlemen by Northampton forces, as they were going from Newark to Oxford. Also a treacherous designe for the betraying of Reading, Windsor and Henly to the cavaleers. With many more remarkable passages, brought by the post, the last night, being Friday.
Printed at Yorke :
by Tho: Broad, dwelling in Stonegate over against the Signe of the Starre,
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