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100 1  Sharpe, W 
245 14 The Kings Majesties most gracious message to the 
       Parliament by Sir Peter Killegrew.|h[electronic resource] 
       :|bSent from the commissioners with His Majestie at 
       Newmarket, about His Majesties being at Richmond, and 
       coming to his Parliament at Westminster, for setling of 
       the kingdome in a safe and well grounded peace.  His 
       Majesty to come on Thursday next. And His Majesties 
       resolution for passing such acts as shall tend to the 
       peace of the kingdome 
260    London :|bPrinted for Iohn Willet,|cIune 23 [?] 1647 
300    [8] p 
500    A letter, dated and signed: Newmarket June 20. 1647. W. 
       Sharpe 
500    Signatures: A⁴ 
500    Annotation on Thomason copy: the first digit in imprint 
       date altered to "2" 
500    Reproduction of the original in the British Library 
510 4  Wing (2nd ed.)|cS3008 
510 4  Thomason|cE.393[24] 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bAnn Arbor, Mich. :|cUMI,|d1999-
       |f(Early English books online)|nDigital version of: 
       (Thomason Tracts ; 62:E393[24])|7s1999    miun s 
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600 00 Charles|bI,|cKing of England,|d1600-1649|vEarly works to 
       1800 
651  0 Great Britain|xHistory|yCivil War, 1642-1649|vEarly works 
       to 1800 
700 1  Killigrew, Peter,|cSir,|d1593 or 4-1668 
710 1  England and Wales.|bSovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) 
830  0 Early English books online 
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