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Title: An agreement of the people for a firme and present peace, upon grounds of common-right and freedome;: as it was proposed by the agents of the five regiments of horse; and since by the generall approbation of the Army, offered to the joynt concurrence of all the free commons of England. The names of the regiments which have already appeared for the case, of The case of the Army truly stated, and for this present agreement, viz. 1. Gen. Regiment. 2. Life-Guard. 3. Lieut. Gen. Regiment. 4. Com. Gen. Regiment. 5. Col. Whaleyes Reg. 6. Col. Riches Reg. 7. Col. Fleetwoods Reg. 8. Col. Harisons Reg. 9. Col. Twisldens Reg. of Horse 1. Gen. Regiment. 2. Col. Sir Hardresse Wallers Reg. 3. Col. Lamberts Reg. 4. Col. Rainsboroughs Regiment. 5. Col. Overtons Reg. 6. Col. Lilburns Reg. 7. Col. Backsters Reg. Of foot.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An agreement of the people for a firme and present peace, upon grounds of common-right and freedome;: as it was proposed by the agents of the five regiments of horse; and since by the generall approbation of the Army, offered to the joynt concurrence of all the free commons of England. The names of the regiments which have already appeared for the case, of The case of the Army truly stated, and for this present agreement, viz. 1. Gen. Regiment. 2. Life-Guard. 3. Lieut. Gen. Regiment. 4. Com. Gen. Regiment. 5. Col. Whaleyes Reg. 6. Col. Riches Reg. 7. Col. Fleetwoods Reg. 8. Col. Harisons Reg. 9. Col. Twisldens Reg. of Horse 1. Gen. Regiment. 2. Col. Sir Hardresse Wallers Reg. 3. Col. Lamberts Reg. 4. Col. Rainsboroughs Regiment. 5. Col. Overtons Reg. 6. Col. Lilburns Reg. 7. Col. Backsters Reg. Of foot.
Bear, Edmond.

[London: s.n.], Printed anno Dom. 1647.
Subject terms:
Civil rights -- Great Britain
Great Britain -- History
Great Britain -- Politics and government
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75972.0001.001

Contents
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An Agreement of the People, for a firme and present Peace, upon grounds of Common-Right.
For the noble and highly honoured the Free-born People of ENGLAND, in their respective Counties and Divi∣sions, these.
For Our much honoured, and truly worthy Fellow-Commoners, and Souldiers, the Officers and Souldiers under Command of His Excellencie Sir THOMAS FAIRFAX.
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