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Conscientious, serious theological and legal quæres, propounded to the twice-dissipated, self-created anti-Parliamentary Westminster juncto, and its Members. To convince them of, humble them for, convert them from their transcendent treasons, rebellions, perjuries, violences, oppressive illegal taxes, excises, militiaes, imposts; destructive councils, proceedings against their lawfull Protestant hereditarie kings, the old dissolved Parliament, the whole House of Lords, the majoritie of their old secured, secluded, imprisoned fellow-Members, the counties, cities, boroughs, freemen, commons, Church, clergie of England, their Protestant brethren, allies; contrary to all their oathes, protestations, vowes, leagues, covenants, allegiance, remonstrances, declarations, ordinances, promises, obligations to them, the fundamental laws, liberties of the land; and principles of the true Protestant religion; and to perswade them now at last to hearken to and embrace such counsels, as tend to publike unitie, safetie, peace, settlement, and their own salvation. / By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne.

Title:Conscientious, serious theological and legal quæres, propounded to the twice-dissipated, self-created anti-Parliamentary Westminster juncto, and its Members. To convince them of, humble them for, convert them from their transcendent treasons, rebellions, perjuries, violences, oppressive illegal taxes, excises, militiaes, imposts; destructive councils, proceedings against their lawfull Protestant hereditarie kings, the old dissolved Parliament, the whole House of Lords, the majoritie of their old secured, secluded, imprisoned fellow-Members, the counties, cities, boroughs, freemen, commons, Church, clergie of England, their Protestant brethren, allies; contrary to all their oathes, protestations, vowes, leagues, covenants, allegiance, remonstrances, declarations, ordinances, promises, obligations to them, the fundamental laws, liberties of the land; and principles of the true Protestant religion; and to perswade them now at last to hearken to and embrace such counsels, as tend to publike unitie, safetie, peace, settlement, and their own salvation. / By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne.
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Subject:England and Wales -- Parliament -- History, (17th century) -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1649-1660 -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Religious aspects -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Great Britain -- History -- Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660 -- Early works to 1800
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