A true relation of the vnparalleld breach of Parliament by His Majesty, on Tuesday the 4th. of January 1641. being instigated thereunto by unadvised counsells, under pretence of a legall proceeding. Together with a relation of the hostile intention upon the House of Commons, by Captaine Hyde, and those other caviliers and souldiers that accompanied his Majesty in a warlike manner, armed with swords, pistolls and dragounes. And also a relation of the free and voluntary offers of the trayned bands of the city of London; of the masters of shippes, mariners and seamen; of the aprentices of London; of the trayned bands of Southwarke, and of the watermen upon the Thames to defend the King and Parliament against malignant councells and plots of Papists. Likewise how certaine multitudes of countrey-men came to present their humble petitions to the Parliament.
printed January 21. an. Dom. 1641. [i.e. 1642]
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