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Author: Morgan, Shon up.
Title: The Welsh-mans publique and hearty sorrow and recantation,: that ever her tooke up armes against her cood Parliament, declaring to all the world how her hath been abused by faire urds and flatterings, telling what booties and honours her should get if her would but helpe to conduct her king to her crete councell the Parliament. Also her new oath and protestation never to beare armes against hee cood Parliament any more. / By Shon up Morgan Shentileman.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Welsh-mans publique and hearty sorrow and recantation,: that ever her tooke up armes against her cood Parliament, declaring to all the world how her hath been abused by faire urds and flatterings, telling what booties and honours her should get if her would but helpe to conduct her king to her crete councell the Parliament. Also her new oath and protestation never to beare armes against hee cood Parliament any more. / By Shon up Morgan Shentileman.
Morgan, Shon up.

[London]: Printed and published for the use and benefit of all her loving countrymen in her kingdome and principallity of Wales, 1647.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Wales -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A96198.0001.001

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The VVelsh-mans publique and hearty sorrow and Recantation, that ever her took up Armes against her cood Parliament.
The Welsh-mans new Oath.