A true copie of the speech, made by the Honourable Denzell Holles, Esquire, at a conference by a committee of both Houses of Parliament in the Painted Chamber concerning the protestation fram'd by the House of Commons, which was solemnly made by every member of the same : wherein is set forth the protestation it selfe, and the reasons inducing them to make it : together with their desire, that the Lords would concurre with them in the same zeal and affection for the publick safety : with an explanation upon some doubts made upon the said protestation

Holles Baron London : , 1641

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