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A reall protestation of many, and very eminent persons in the county of Yorke
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax Baron
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A reall protestation of many, and very eminent persons in the county of Yorke: declaring their resolutions concerning the present distractions, some of whose names are subscribed.
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A reall protestation of many, and very eminent persons in the county of Yorke (London, Author: Andrew Cambers. A confession of faith penned by an orthodox man of the reformed religion ; dedicated to some eminent persons now assembled in Parliament. Bacon, Francis, /  A collection of apophthegms, new and old by Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulum, Viscount St.
Alban. Bacon, Francis, / . March book decl. part pag. 92, 93, after they have told his Majestie what danger they are in, for want of setling the Militia, they use these very words wherefore they are inforced in all humility to protest, that if your Maiestie shall persist in that denyall, the dangers and distempers of the Kingdome are such, as will indure no.
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