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Author: Noble, Charles, Gent.
Title: The inexpediency of the expedient, or, An answer to a printed paper, entituled An expedient for preventing any difference between His Highness and the Parliament, about the recognition, the negative voice, the militia wherein is discovered the pernitious asp that is hid under some pretended flowers, which may offend and sting some weak judgments, and may cause a swelling, and a rankling tumor in the commonwealth : set out to undeceive the good people of these nations, who by an over-hasty credulity may be misled thereby, and brought into strange musings, and perhaps murmurings (if no worse) concerning the present, most perfect, and most firmly established government / by Charles Noble ...
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The inexpediency of the expedient, or, An answer to a printed paper, entituled An expedient for preventing any difference between His Highness and the Parliament, about the recognition, the negative voice, the militia wherein is discovered the pernitious asp that is hid under some pretended flowers, which may offend and sting some weak judgments, and may cause a swelling, and a rankling tumor in the commonwealth : set out to undeceive the good people of these nations, who by an over-hasty credulity may be misled thereby, and brought into strange musings, and perhaps murmurings (if no worse) concerning the present, most perfect, and most firmly established government / by Charles Noble ...
Noble, Charles, Gent.

London: Printed for Tho. Pierrepont ..., 1659.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
England and Wales. -- Parliament.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1649-1660.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A52374.0001.001

Contents
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The Inexpediency of the Expedient.
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