declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the vindication of Ferdinando LordFairfax, and divers other Knights and Gentlemen, who were by Henry Earl of Cumberland, and William Earl of Newcastle, in two severall proclamations, falsly, maliciously, and traiterously proclaimed traytors. The Lords and Commons do furtherdeclare the sayd Henry Earl of Cumberland, and William Earle of Newcastle...to be guilty of high treason. Also, requiring and commanding all persons of what estate, degree, or quality soever they be...that they do forthwith wholly and absolutely withdraw themselves from the said Earl of Newcastle, or any of the forces raised by him.

by England and Wales. Parliament.

Publisher: Printed for John Franke in London

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax, -- Baron, -- 1584-1648.,
  • Clifford, Henry, -- Earl of Cumberland, -- 1591-1643.,
  • Newcastle, William Cavendish, -- Duke of, -- 1592-1676.

Edition Notes

Wing (2nd ed.): E1438.

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Open LibraryOL22663842M

declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the vindication of Ferdinando LordFairfax, and divers other Knights and Gentlemen, who were by Henry Earl of Cumberland, and William Earl of Newcastle, in two severall proclamations, falsly, maliciously, and traiterously proclaimed traytors. The Lords and Commons do furtherdeclare the sayd Henry Earl of Cumberland, and William Earle of Newcastle...to be guilty of high treason. Also, requiring and commanding all persons of what estate, degree, or quality soever they be...that they do forthwith wholly and absolutely withdraw themselves from the said Earl of Newcastle, or any of the forces raised by him. by England and Wales. Parliament. Download PDF EPUB FB2