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The Resource The Parliaments lamentation, for the distractions of the kingdome : first, vvherein is declared their great sorrow for the Kings absence : secondly, that the church is so full of disturbances and distractions, caused by evill affected persons, which under the pretence of religion commit all sorts of outrages, and by their tumultuary practices destroy both the peace of the church and kingdome : thirdly that nevertheless though the Parliament have declared against such tumults, which causes His Majesty to declare them the abettors and maintainers of the said tumults and distractions, (electronic resource)

The Parliaments lamentation, for the distractions of the kingdome : first, vvherein is declared their great sorrow for the Kings absence : secondly, that the church is so full of disturbances and distractions, caused by evill affected persons, which under the pretence of religion commit all sorts of outrages, and by their tumultuary practices destroy both the peace of the church and kingdome : thirdly that nevertheless though the Parliament have declared against such tumults, which causes His Majesty to declare them the abettors and maintainers of the said tumults and distractions, (electronic resource)

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The Parliaments lamentation, for the distractions of the kingdome : first, vvherein is declared their great sorrow for the Kings absence : secondly, that the church is so full of disturbances and distractions, caused by evill affected persons, which under the pretence of religion commit all sorts of outrages, and by their tumultuary practices destroy both the peace of the church and kingdome : thirdly that nevertheless though the Parliament have declared against such tumults, which causes His Majesty to declare them the abettors and maintainers of the said tumults and distractions
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The Parliaments lamentation, for the distractions of the kingdome
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first, vvherein is declared their great sorrow for the Kings absence : secondly, that the church is so full of disturbances and distractions, caused by evill affected persons, which under the pretence of religion commit all sorts of outrages, and by their tumultuary practices destroy both the peace of the church and kingdome : thirdly that nevertheless though the Parliament have declared against such tumults, which causes His Majesty to declare them the abettors and maintainers of the said tumults and distractions
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eng
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EAA
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P514
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Wing
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dictionaries
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  • Charles
  • England and Wales
  • Great Britain
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general
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The Parliaments lamentation, for the distractions of the kingdome : first, vvherein is declared their great sorrow for the Kings absence : secondly, that the church is so full of disturbances and distractions, caused by evill affected persons, which under the pretence of religion commit all sorts of outrages, and by their tumultuary practices destroy both the peace of the church and kingdome : thirdly that nevertheless though the Parliament have declared against such tumults, which causes His Majesty to declare them the abettors and maintainers of the said tumults and distractions, (electronic resource)
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[2], 6 p
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electronic
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The Parliaments lamentation, for the distractions of the kingdome : first, vvherein is declared their great sorrow for the Kings absence : secondly, that the church is so full of disturbances and distractions, caused by evill affected persons, which under the pretence of religion commit all sorts of outrages, and by their tumultuary practices destroy both the peace of the church and kingdome : thirdly that nevertheless though the Parliament have declared against such tumults, which causes His Majesty to declare them the abettors and maintainers of the said tumults and distractions, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
eebo12684839e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 6 p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000007
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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