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Scottish Mercury (Newspaper) - April 4, 1643, London, Middlesex S G I Informations from 1 of arbour fent to the it was for to an to his great he a waving new quarters complains ot the taxes by the but muft not be complained ot for all and ruines his Army hath made all parts where they The Commons this that all the world may know they icr it may be had with the future and Liber have th it dayes added to compleat the two And whereas 2 o were thought to deter content that dayes be allow as right as any to Kirig and along time beeri without and haying hopes to time relieved that the Forces brought by the Lofd would the was contented the erie the inhabitant not having time to the Towm the Enemy comes it and after an hot fight ing beat put of one work after took the Town and plun in which was tiie v
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