Londons remonstrance to the Parliament, in subscribing to the propositions of both Houses, concerning money, plate, horse, horsemen, and armes to be lent for the maintenance of an army for the Kings peace, and the safety of the Parliament. As it was concluded by the lord maior, court of aldermen, and common-councell-men of the Citie of London, in Guild-Hall; and by the masters, wardens, &c. of all companies in each severall hall. With the just summe and proportion of money and plate collected, and to be presented to the Parliament. Received by Sir Iohn Wollaston Knight and alderman, Alderman Towse, Alderman Warner, and Alderman Andrewes. Written by I. H. Gent

Gent. J. H London : Printed for Iohn Harrison, Iune 23. 1642

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