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With his ansvver to the said letter, dated at Edinburgh Octob. 27, 1659. Together with a letter intended to have been sent from the militia of London, to General Monk, and the officers under his command in Scotland.
illustrated in a series of letters between Dr. John Pell, resident ambassador with the Swiss cantons, Sir Samuel Morland, Sir William Lockhart, Mr. Secretary Thurloe, and other distinguished men of the time. Now first published from the originals. Ed. by Robert Vaughan. With an introduction on the character of Cromwell, and of his times.
An episode of the English Civil War
Unpublished documents relating thereto, collected by the late John Bruce ; with fragments of a historical preface by Mr. Bruce, annotated and completed by David Masson.