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Leicester (England) -- History -- Early works to 1800
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The humble petition of the committee, gentry, ministry, and other the inhabitants of the county of Lejcester, as it was presented to the right honorable the Commons assembled in Parliament; October 2. 1648. With the Parliaments answer thereunto

London : Printed for G. Calvert, 1648
1648
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A petition presented at a Common-Hall in London on Saturday last concerning the Kings Majesty, and the answer thereunto. Also a declaration of the Counties of Northampton, Leicester, and Rutland, and the forces they have raised. With a letter from Scotland and the acts which the Parliament there made, and the people sworn to maintain, concerning the Kingdome of Eogland[sic], and the proceedings of Duke Hamilton, and their forces comming into England

London : printed for B.A., Anno Dom. 1648
1648
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Remarkable passages from Nottingham, Lichfield, Leicester, and Cambridge declaring what the Kings standard is, and the time and manner of its setting up. Also how Lichfield and Tamworth are disarmed, and the Lord Gray his house disarmed and pillaged by the traiterous cavaliers. Together with some other remarkable occurrents

London : Printed for T. Underhill, Sept. 1. 1642
1642
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To the Kings most excellent Maiestie the humble petition of the knights, ministers, gentry, free-holders, and many thousands of the inhabitants of the countie of Leicester, who assembled on the horse-fairlays ready to accompany this petition if, they should be required

[London : s.n., 1642]
1642
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Truths from Leicester and Notingham August 1, anno Dom. 1642

London : [s.n.], Printed in the yeere, 1642
1642
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