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His Maiesties demands to Collonel Hammond. Delivered in the presence-chamber, upon the discovery of another great designe, for the conveying of His Majesties person from Carisbrook Castle. With Collonel Hammonds answer thereunto. Also, the oath of secresie taken by the seamen of the revolted ships, concerning the King, and the dispersing of them and their pretended Vice-Admirall, on the Irish Seas. Together, with the taking of Tinby Castle in Southwales, by Collonel Horton; with all the ordnance, armes and ammunition; and the further proceedings of Collonel Poyer at Pembrook Castle thereupon

G. H, I. L, J. W London : Printed by I.C. for R.W., 1648

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