The representative of divers well-affected persons in and about the city of London, agreeing with the sence and earnest desires of many thousands of other godly well-meaning men to the publique; touching the present laws, and government, and future establishment of justice and right within this kingdom. With XXXIX new proposals never yet published, or proposed by any. Tendred to the consideration of the Commons assembled in Parliament, and the Councel of the Army

London : Printed for John Partridge, 1649

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