|Author:||Scotland. Convention of Estates.|
|Title:||Edinbvrgh, 4 June 1650. The Estate of Parliament now presently conveened, taking into consideration the necessary duty lying upon them to use their best endeavors for securing of religion and the peace of the kingdom ...|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Edinbvrgh, 4 June 1650. The Estate of Parliament now presently conveened, taking into consideration the necessary duty lying upon them to use their best endeavors for securing of religion and the peace of the kingdom ...
Scotland. Convention of Estates.
Edinburgh,: Printed by Evan Tyler ..., Anno Dom. 1650.
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