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CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.
Remonstrates again with them concerning the folly
and impiety of this War
On the foregoing Letter; desires a Friendly Debate.
CLIII. To Hon. W. Lenthall: Edinburgh, 4 Dec. 1650 .
Progress of Scotch Affairs; Ker and Strahan.
This and the Six following, with the Pass and Pro-
clamation, relate to the Siege of Edinburgh Castle.
CLX. To the same: same date . . . . .
Censures a phrase of Hacker's.
Has been dangerously unwell; thanks for their
inquiring after him.
Domestic. The Lord Herbert. Richard and the
Public Registers of Scotland.
Dangerous Relapse; now recovering: Drs. Wright
CLXXVII. To the same: Linlithgow, 26 July 1651. .
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Burntisland. Army mostly in Fife.
St. Johnston taken: the Enemy suddenly gone
and Fear in matters of Religion.
Complains; heart-weary of the strife of Parties :
Moses and the Two Hebrews.