Parliamentary Intelligence, April 26, 1644

Parliamentary Intelligence

April 26, 1644

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Issue date: Tuesday, April 26, 1644

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Publication name: Parliamentary Intelligence

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 347

Years available: 1644 - 1900

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Parliamentary Intelligence (Newspaper) - April 26, 1644, London, Middlesex r The condemning of that toy by the may be and not other piety ia this Reformation And it was done very ih regard dm the Tb Standard of ihe was wont to be is the whereof as yet proved than the youth m all i that the wife of the and men in reading and have been grand and for warders of it when it is who have idle infight inro Such of eider that the Original of that i Pa and derived auncient before jHA the receiving of he who learned it of the th of their to the Empire And ever as long as the influence upon this Nation the hath runne the alwaies corrupt through the of rtie in all parts of the Kingdome No marvell if in thac common finke of which had a free Ri ver fome Pagan filch hould be conveyed along An a great friend to little gowned Gorgon of and not one ly but the Dj whole of Miters in this when ta piping were as more and duties of devotion upon the Lords and they were fo forward and zealots to make die in places their deputy of were eenc to ehe moil in rounding the am foth any more fo a of a Vote of ray ready to goe towards Oxford or the fame to pfunt the Malignant Branches other fide of back is I your wood and I know you them up in now more this The of minable high call and or what you muft with branch as I take may be dorie top miles v ;