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A new parliament, or representative for the perpetual peace and quiet of this nation, and of other parts (which be or shall be incorporated with the same) in the enjoyment of their just rights and liberties, as in the most peaceable times of old they have been : now proposed to be chosen and held certainly in all future times ... : with other things in order to the prevention of unlawful exacting from the people of this nation, every year hereafter, millions of money formerly so exacted

William Leach London : , Printed in the Year, Anno Dom. 1651

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