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Author: Allen, William, Adjutant-general of the army in Ireland.
Title: A faithful memorial of that remarkable meeting of many officers of the Army in England, at Windsor Castle, in the year 1648.: As also, a discovery of the great goodness of God, in his gracious meeting of them, hearing and answering their suit or supplications, while they were yet speaking to him. All which is humbly presented, as a precious patern and president unto the officers and souldiers of the said Army (or elsewhere) who are or shall be found in the like path, of following the Lord in this evil day; searching and trying their waies, in order to a through return and reformation. By William Allen, late Adjutant-General of the Army in Ireland.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A faithful memorial of that remarkable meeting of many officers of the Army in England, at Windsor Castle, in the year 1648.: As also, a discovery of the great goodness of God, in his gracious meeting of them, hearing and answering their suit or supplications, while they were yet speaking to him. All which is humbly presented, as a precious patern and president unto the officers and souldiers of the said Army (or elsewhere) who are or shall be found in the like path, of following the Lord in this evil day; searching and trying their waies, in order to a through return and reformation. By William Allen, late Adjutant-General of the Army in Ireland.
Allen, William, Adjutant-general of the army in Ireland.

London: Printed for Livewel Chapman, at the Crown in Popes-head Alley, 1659.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
England and Wales. -- Army -- History -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A74991.0001.001

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To Lieutenant-General Fleetwood, and other the Officers of the Armies in England, Scotland, and Ireland, especial∣ly to such of them, who in the sence of the dangers of the day, have been of late (as is said) betaking themselves to that most necessary duty of solemn Addresses, and fervent supplications to the Lord, humbling their souls before him, in the sence of their own and others abominations abounding in this day; with unfeigned desire and endeavour to find out, and forsake them accordingly; with all others in the Ar∣mies, that are or shall be found searching and trying their waies in order to return: The following Narrative is hum∣bly tendered by a late member of them, and now a mourner for them; yet unfeignedly desiring their prosperity in the path of repentance.
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