A medicine for malignancy: or, Parliament pill, serving to purge out the malignant humours of men dis-affected to the republick. Wherein by way of dialogue or discourse between a Royalist & a Loyalist, the common pleas of the kingdom are out-pleaded. All our vulgar scruples and anti-parliamentary allegations most clearely and fully answered, whether they bee neutrall, malignant; civill, or religious. Together with a true and perfect description of the prerogative cloake, in its shape, make, colour, and consequences. Set forth for the common benefit of all that either love God, His Majesty, the Parliament, or themselves and posterities: by W.L. an unworthy servant, but hearty well-willer to them all. With an index for the more ready and easie finding satisfaction to any scruple

but hearty well-willer to them all. W. L unworthy servant Printed at London : for Ralph Smith at the Bible in Cornehill, 1644

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