Browsing by Author "Simpson, F., fl. 1647."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)A most worthy speech spoken by the Right Honourable, and renowned soldier, Lieutenant General Lesley, to the Scottish army, at their marching over Tweed into Scotland, wherein is propounded severall propositions concerning the kingdome of England, and the covenant. Together with the gallant answer of the officers and soldiers in the Scottish army; and their taking of a new oath, and breaking the standards of every regiment, upon their advance into their own kingdome. Appointed to be printed, and published for generall satisfaction of the kingdome of England, Feb. 26.Date of publication:
1647Author(s):Description:Not in fact Lesley's speech and the Scots army's answer; 2 letters, the first dated and signed: Nottingham, Feb. 19. W.C.; the second dated and signed: Holmby-house, Feb, 22. F. Simpson. Signatures: [A]⁴. Annotation on ...This item contains 4 files (46.31 KB).Publicly Available