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Author: One who hath heard and seen somewhat said and done for and against the same motion.
Title: Peace and plenty comming unto us, if we be willing to entertain them and will bid them welcome:: manifested in some observations upon the motion lately made by certain persons sitting usually at Salters-Hall in Bread-street London, and there imployed about raising of new regiments of horse and foot: viz. that all well-affected families and persons would forbear one meal in a week, and give the value thereof, for, and toward the raising and maintaining of the said regiments. Written by one, who hath heard and seen somewhat said and done, for and against the same motion, and desireth that it may be more fully understood and furthered, tending (as he conceiveth) so much unto the publique good.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Peace and plenty comming unto us, if we be willing to entertain them and will bid them welcome:: manifested in some observations upon the motion lately made by certain persons sitting usually at Salters-Hall in Bread-street London, and there imployed about raising of new regiments of horse and foot: viz. that all well-affected families and persons would forbear one meal in a week, and give the value thereof, for, and toward the raising and maintaining of the said regiments. Written by one, who hath heard and seen somewhat said and done, for and against the same motion, and desireth that it may be more fully understood and furthered, tending (as he conceiveth) so much unto the publique good.
One who hath heard and seen somewhat said and done for and against the same motion.

London: Printed for John Rothwell, and are to be sold at his Shop at the signe of the Sun in Pauls Church yard, May 19. MDCXLIII. [1643]
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
England and Wales. -- Army -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc. -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91542.0001.001

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Peace and Plenty coming unto us, if we be willing to entertain them, and will bid them welcome.