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History of England, ,
From the earliest Times,
Τ Ο Τ Η Ε
Restoration of King CHARLES II,
of both Houses, the Public LIBRARIES, Orignal Manu-
By SEVERAL HAND S.
THE SECOND EDITION,
IN TWENTY-FOUR VOLUMES,
From the battle of Naseby, in June 1645, to July 1,1646.
Printed for J. and R. TONSON, 'and A. MILLAR, in the
P U B L I C K.
N the Course of the following Volumes the
Reader will find a very minute and circumstantial Account of many Debates in Parliament upon the most interesting Topics, and several Papers of Importance, hitherto, in a great Measure, concealed from the Notice of the Public : Some Account, therefore, of the Authorities from whence they are derived cannot be improper.
IN order to this it is necessary to premise, that, during the Civil Wars, and more particularly after the Army began to give Law to the Parliament who had raised them, there was published a vast Variety of Journals, Diaries, &c. fome weekly, fome oftner : To give a Catalogue of all these would be endless ; we shall therefore only mention the principal : And first, a Pamphlet call's The MODERATE INTELIGENCER, impartially communicating Martial Affairs to the Kingdom of England (a). This Journal seems to have been published under the Direction of the
(a) Printed for R. Lrybourne, in Monks well.freet, Londoo. VOL. XIV,