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The shops here have been shut up above these ten days, and all those that the Parliament cannot confide in they take away their arms and secure their persons; there is at least 800 in this City on the Roll for Malignants, being some Aldermen, some merchants, etc. [The] City is well fortified against the [Cavjalicrs and had so many ordnance [that it] is almost invulnerable. P R O C L A M A T I O N B Y T H E KING 25th N O V E M B E R 1642 W e have taken into Our Princely and serious consideration the great misery and ruin falling and like to fall upon Our good subjects (if not timely prevented) by the plundering, robbing and spoiling o f their houses, and taking from them their money, plate, household stuff, cattle and other goods .
Declare Our Royal pleasure to be that from henceforth no officer, soldier o f THE FIRST CIVIL WAR 57 horse or foot or party sent from O u r A r m y presume to search for or seize upon any money, plate, goods or household stuffc without O u r express warrant for the same under O u r sign manual [c. e. Royalist rather than Parliamentarian] yet they cared not much to have cavalier soldiers quarter with them, and therefore agreed to defend themselves against any force which should c o m e against them.