The declaration agreed upon by the committee of the House of Commons appointed to sit in the Guildhall in London, to consider of the safety of the kingdom, and of the City of London. And of the preserving the priviledges of Parliament. Master Wilde Serjeant at Law, sitting in the chaire of that committee. 6. Jan. 1641.
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