England's present interest considered with honour to the Prince, and safety to the people. In answer to this one question; what is most fit, easie and safe at this juncture of affairs to be done, for quieting of differences; allaying the heat of contrary interests, and making them subservient to the interest of the government, and consistent with the prosperity of the kingdom? Submitted to the consideration of our superiours

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