|Author:||Scotland. Convention of Estates.|
|Title:||The last declarations of the Committee of Estates now assembled in Scotland, concerning their proceedings in opposition to the late unlawfull engagement against England.: Together with the articles agreed upon by the commissioners appointed by the noblemen, gentlemen, and burgesses who protested against the late engagement. And the answer thereunto.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The last declarations of the Committee of Estates now assembled in Scotland, concerning their proceedings in opposition to the late unlawfull engagement against England.: Together with the articles agreed upon by the commissioners appointed by the noblemen, gentlemen, and burgesses who protested against the late engagement. And the answer thereunto.
Scotland. Convention of Estates., Church of Scotland. General Assembly., Scotland. Parliament.
[London]: ... re-printed at London for Robert Bostock, at the signe of the Kings Head in Paul's Church-yard, 18 Octob. 1648.
Scotland -- History
Scotland -- Foreign relations -- England
England -- Foreign relations -- Scotland
Great Britain -- History
Church of Scotland -- History -- Early works to 1800.
A DECLARATION of the Committee of E∣states concerning their Proceedings in opposition to the late unlawfull Engagement against England.
A short Declaration to the whole Kirk and Kingdom, concerning present Dan∣gers and Duties.
Articles concluded upon by the Officers and Soldiers, now in Arms by authority of the Parliament of the Kingdom of Scotland.
The Answer of the Noblemen and Gentlemen now in Armes for the Covenant, to the Articles of the Officers and Souldiers that joyned in the late unlawfull Engagement against England, and now continue in Armes to disturb the peace of this Kingdom.
Edinburgh 22 September 1648.
Edinburgh, 22. September, 1648.
Articles agreed on by the Commissi∣oners appointed by the Noblemen, Gentlemen, and Burgesses who protested against the late Engage∣ment, and are now in Arms in and about Edingburgh: