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The King His Majesties most gracious speech made to the lord maior the recorder and the rest of the aldermen of this honourable and reknown city of London upon Thursday November the 25, 1641. And his message to the Lords concerning the trayned bands with theirs and the House of Commons petition to His Majesty and his royal answer by the Earle of Warwicke and the Earle of Bristow : with the examination of divers of the Irish apprehended as suspitious persons : and orders from the High Court of Parliament concerning the suppressing of papists : as also another order for the recalling of the trayned bands to their daily attendance as formerly, Nov. 27, 1641.

Title:The King His Majesties most gracious speech made to the lord maior the recorder and the rest of the aldermen of this honourable and reknown city of London upon Thursday November the 25, 1641. And his message to the Lords concerning the trayned bands with theirs and the House of Commons petition to His Majesty and his royal answer by the Earle of Warwicke and the Earle of Bristow : with the examination of divers of the Irish apprehended as suspitious persons : and orders from the High Court of Parliament concerning the suppressing of papists : as also another order for the recalling of the trayned bands to their daily attendance as formerly, Nov. 27, 1641.
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Note:London : Printed for W.R., 1641
  
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Subject:Great Britain -- History -- Charles I, 1625-1649
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