The Welch-mans publike recantation, or, His hearty sorrow for taking up of armes against her Parliament declaring to all the world how her hath been abused by faire words, and such adullations and flatterings : telling her what booties and prizes her should get, and what victories her should obtaine, and what honour it would be to her and her country if her would but conduct her King to White Hall neer London : withall, advising all her country-men to take up no more armes against her Parliament to defend the commission of array, the divell take the array

Printed at London : for Fr. Coule, 1642

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