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  • Location: London, Middlesex
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  • Years Available: 1641 - 1900
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Scottish Mercury (Newspaper) - September 27, 1643, London, Middlesex it io London ant with it au both of tile receiving of which Covenant there is a farre greater inclination of the people then aato she Oath that before whither the the people be more iisto or wheth the M being Iy mentioned in the Covenant which indeed was included mihe they doe unto that there is more of God in the this Cored lib But that the proceedings of both fully all alty their and proved by onto Religion altogether co part Loyalty from Religion as to the beaury of the she Body of the This day there was brought into the by his the Earls of among many others two s rf the Cornets feeing flame taken from the enemies in the laft and at in the firS there was lively the fortne of the Parliament of the Tray tors it with this s Vt The two of Parliament they had ib to fb with indignation the impatient and of this they that ali care be for and the the ignominious contriver s md being al together to breath in the English ned to In Banner wts the wet face were all ihe characters and Sorrow to be and to her there was of a pulled down by violent which lay at her the was This day alfo there was read in the Hoaie of Commons a frons William wherein after concerning che sion of his and fome of many to gVe them their long and fens faction whereas the would deceive the world into a that rhere are fome of content betwixt his the Earle of and Sir William Walter vaine dos into an joy by Ibis Excellency did maJke ;