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Browse All : Strange newes for England: being a true and perfect relation of the two great and unheard of wonders, seen in the river of Thames, on Thursday last, near Blackwall, who presented themselves to the view of many hundred spectators, for several hours, to the great astonishment of the beholders; and the great effects & changes that hapned thereupon, being the day before the dissolution of the parliament. Likewise, the manner of dissolving the parliament on Friday last; and a commission presented to the Lord Fiennes, and the rest of the commissioners constituting and appointing them, in the name of His Highness the Lord Protector, to put the same in execution, according to the tenor of the said commission. With the resolution of the general council of the officers of the army, in order to a well-setled government, and the peace and liberties of the people.

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Strange newes for England: being a true and perfect relation of the two great and unheard of wonders, seen in the river of Thames, on Thursday last, near Blackwall, who presented themselves to the view of many hundred spectators, for several hours, to the great astonishment of the beholders; and the great effects & changes that hapned thereupon, being the day before the dissolution of the parliament. Likewise, the manner of dissolving the parliament on Friday last; and a commission presented to the Lord Fiennes, and the rest of the commissioners constituting and appointing them, in the name of His Highness the Lord Protector, to put the same in execution, according to the tenor of the said commission. With the resolution of the general council of the officers of the army, in order to a well-setled government, and the peace and liberties of the people.
Strange newes for Engla...
1659
S5884.6
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Strange newes for England: being a true and perfect relation of the two great and unheard of wonders, seen in the river of Thames, on Thursday last, near Blackwall, who presented themselves to the view of many hundred spectators, for several hours, to the great astonishment of the beholders; and the great effects & changes that hapned thereupon, being the day before the dissolution of the parliament. Likewise, the manner of dissolving the parliament on Friday last; and a commission presented to the Lord Fiennes, and the rest of the commissioners constituting and appointing them, in the name of His Highness the Lord Protector, to put the same in execution, according to the tenor of the said commission. With the resolution of the general council of the officers of the army, in order to a well-setled government, and the peace and liberties of the people.
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1659
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S5884.6
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