Master, Pyms speech in Parliament wherein is expressed his zeal and reall affection to the publike good : as also shewing what dangers are like to ensue by want of their enjoying the priviledges of Parliament : with the generall occasion of grief to the House thorough His Majesties alienating himself from his Parliament in his opinions : whereunto is added some passages that hapned the ninth of March between the Kings Majesty and the committee of both Houses when the declaration was delivered : what passed the next day when His Majesty delivered his answer

John Pym London : Printed for Andrew Coe and Marmaduke Boat, 1641

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