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Parliamentary Intelligence (Newspaper) - February 27, 1644, London, Middlesex Communicating Intelligence From the February tto the Las Thou haft had a fad journey of it to a great deal of and at thy thou art welcomed home with the name of a Some and others feek to chee I had mies enough abroad the feek to thee nay and hang thee if they could find thee out but it nail more dangerous ries heere at would build a ground leffe reputation upon thy and cheir to a new all the the thou haft kept thy old Station till npw it was thy fortune to be worfe mired in the than thou thy and fo forced to come abroad the day but for the time to charge thee to keep in of tricks Pamphlets walk along with ding fort will know thee the entertain one that boors aod to to quench the villanous Intelligence of to patch up his this met with made him a this te but a will are fa rife at Oxford For I the 1 fit a Tinkers as any of Spires And why This is
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