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Scottish Mercury (Newspaper) - June 24, 1651, London, Middlesex THE OF THE COMMONWEALTH ally Communicating all Af fairs both Martial and June Printed by in Aider t une of buc the fight in and do of feck dare the enemy that threaten to invade and yet their young Ki who is higher then his people ae much in Scature as doth give them daily of and and doth to confirm them to as much by his candor as by his When he comet into the he unio him the of them which doth hnn be doth a if their eyes had their motion from The people look en the tut the King looks en and doth much his as his are a party them ho they can on the King their yet they have not the hearts to give him rheir had rather hear of a Treaty then a And this hath prompted to move for fup plies from beyond the nor is it without that he and had left the Caufe of bleeding beyond the either fent not or not Dd fain
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