The false alarum or, An answer to a libell lately published, entituled, An alarum to the House of Lords, against their insolent usurpation of the Commons liberties, and the rights of this nation. Wherein the insolency and lying vanities of the author or authors, is described, the libertie of the subject discussed, and the just rights of the Lords vindicated.

S Sheppard London : Printed for John Hardesty, at the signe of the Black-spread Eagle in Duck-Lane, 1646

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