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  • Years Available: 1641 - 1900
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Perfect Diurnall (Newspaper) - October 3, 1642, London, Middlesex were read JL dwr Uie Count op Arias under the Lord Fair f axe and the Gentry joyning with them for the of that Country of the Cumberland there was day laft a Treaty between the Earl the Lord the reft 01 ths they of certain the peace of the urere to this That ay both hould be laid between the King and Par that his have ty to remove all and Ammunition as he hkh in that cept from which JJ J by the houle to very to that At which much after long debate Declaration was drawn be fenc to Yorkshire to this That none of the Parties had any authority to bind that to any fuch Neutrality of That it is very to the whole that it is derogatory to the power and authority af Par many things are very to the nature of being more to fide then And therefore they no fuch Neutrality ought to be that agreed upon certain votes that the Committee fli all go on for the of and Money in that that they liall go on with their for the and of all Delinquents in the County and that they lay do wk their Arms with n ten day es after publication Thirty about forty Scottish Commanders came and offered them felves ro ferve in this for the King which were accepted of by the Letters came from the Earl of that hee had lately taken two ps that were comming with about fe hundred pounds in which were comming to aid and the King the The houfe taking into it would be very to the Peace and of che Members of ths that were men of R z ;