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Honest, vpright, faithful, and plain dealing with thee O army of the common-wealth (so called) without flattery, in true unfeigned love to thee with something more particularly unto the officers of the army, and those that join with them in the outward government of this nation : wherein truth, uprightness, and equity is declared for, and deceit, wickedness, oppression, and tyranny is declared against / by one who loves the prosperity of truth, and the good and well-being of all creatures, George Fox the younger.

Title:Honest, vpright, faithful, and plain dealing with thee O army of the common-wealth (so called) without flattery, in true unfeigned love to thee with something more particularly unto the officers of the army, and those that join with them in the outward government of this nation : wherein truth, uprightness, and equity is declared for, and deceit, wickedness, oppression, and tyranny is declared against / by one who loves the prosperity of truth, and the good and well-being of all creatures, George Fox the younger.
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Note:London : Printed for Thomas Simmons ..., 1659
  
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Subject:England and Wales -- Army
Subject:Society of Friends -- Pastoral letters and charges
Subject:Great Britain -- History -- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660
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