His Majesties declaration in the Isle of Wight, concerning Colonell Hammond, and Mr. Osburn, and touching the preservation of His Royall person from poyson. With His Majesties gracious testimony, touching Col. Hammond, and his conference and disputation concerning a personall treaty, and the comming in of the Scots. Likewise, the surrendring of Penbrook to Lieu. Gen. Cromwel, with all the ordnance, arms, and ammunition, and his marching towards the Scots, Iuly 14

Charles I London : Commanded to be published, to undeceive the people, 1648

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