Die Lunae 4. Maii 1646.

ORdered that it be, and it is hereby declared by the Lords and Commons in Parlia­ment assembled, That what person soever shall harbour and conceale, or know of the harbouring or concealing of the Kings Person; and shall not reveale it immediate­ly to the Speakers of both Houses, shall be proceeded against as a Traitor to the Common-wealth, forfeit his whole estate, and die without mercy.

Joh. Browne Cler. Parliamentorum.

Die Lunae 4. Maii 1646.

ORdered by the Lords and Commons in Parlia­ment assembled, That the Committee of the Mi­litia of the City of London be desired to publish this Order by beat of Drum or sound of Trumpet within the Cities of London and Westminster, and Lines of Com­munication.

Joh. Browne Cler. Parliamentorum.

London Printed for John Wright at the Kings Head in the Old-Bayley. 1646.

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