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Context of A True coppie of the lawes and rules of government : agreed upon and established by the nobles of the severall counties of Ireland : now risen in armes for the maintaining and settlement of the ancient Romish and Catholike religion the upholding of His Majesties rights and prerogatives [sic] and the libertie of a free nation : and the copie of a new oath to be taken to performe the same by all the papists and rebels in Ireland : read in the High Court of Parliament the tenth day of March 1641 and published by consent of some gentlemen that have received great damages by them, as a warning for all true-hearted English-men to prepare themselves against these and all other bloudy papists and rebels, without any more delay, to prevent their wicked designes
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