Londons desire and direction to all her dear, and to some of her discontented children, never more indangering their mothers and their own peace, then by the desire thereof upon unsound grounds. Laid down in some reasons, counsells, and cautions given to the subscribers, and the many thousands willing to subscribe; if the pretence for peace were answered by their expression in their petition for accommodation

London : Printed for T. I., 1642

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