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No Parliament, no penny. Or, The souldier convinced, that there can be no money levied, upon what pretence soever, without the Parliament sit again. : At a conference between an honest souldier, and a plain countreyman. In which is likewise discovered, that the warr which is making against General Monck, is for no other cause, then his faithful standing up for his master the Parliament. Together, with a resolution of the souldiers, to set open the Parliament doors, that the members may sit again, to discharge the trust committed to them by God and man.

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Publication Info[London] : Printed for a lover of his country, and a martyr for Englands freedomes; and are to be sold at the sign of the faithful English-man, right against Tyrants Court., [ca. 1660]
Description8 p.
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Portion of title Souldier convinced, that there can be no money levied, upon what pretence soever, without the Parliament sit again
Caption title Dialogue between a souldier and an honest countreyman
Series Early English books online. ^A888680
General notePlace and date of publication suggested by Wing.
General noteReproduction of original in the Boston Public Library.
References Wing (2nd ed.), N1185A
Reproduction noteElectronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books; 1641-1700 ; 2896:8)
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