Some considerations humbly offered to the Parliament being a short discourse shewing the great inconvenience of joyning the plantation charters with those of England in the general act of restoration, and the necessity of having for them a particular act. Wherein is contained, a full answer to a late pamphlet intituled, New-England vindicated, &c. By a true lover of his country, and a hearty wisher of prosperity of the said plantations.
printed for J. Prideaux,
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