The Scots declaration to the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : in answer to a declaration sent unto them by their commissioners now at London, from the honourable Houses of Parliament, expressing their care to prevent the effusion of Christian blood, and their affections to a reformation, both to kirke and state : and do confidently expect that England will now bestir themselves in the best way for a reformation of religion, and doe most willingly offer their prayers and utmost endeavours for furthering to great a worke, wherein Christ is so much concern'd in his glory, the King in his honour, the kirke and kingdome of England in their happines, & this kirke and kingdome in the purity and peace of the gospell : and whatsoever shall be required by this grave assembly, shall be most willingly performed by us.
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