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#A compleat history of the life and raigne of King Charles from his cradle to his grave collected and written by William Sanderson, Esq.#

##Sanderson, William, Sir, 1586?-1676.## A compleat history of the life and raigne of King Charles from his cradle to his grave collected and written by William Sanderson, Esq. Sanderson, William, Sir, 1586?-1676.

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#####Front#####

  1. To the very Worthy and well-weighed Author of this Modern History WILLIAM SANDERSON Esq.

  2. The Introduction.

    _ Of England.

    _ Of Scotland.

    _ Of Ireland.

    _ One word by the way.

  3. ERRATA.

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  1. The REIGN OF King CHARLES. My Lords and Gentlemen,YOu are not ignorant,The Kings Speech. that at your earnest entreaty, March, _ These Lawes are enacted this Session. Most Gracious Sovera•gn,IT being infallibly true that nothing can more establish your Throne,Parliam _ The principal causes of the increase of Papists.

    _ The Remedies be these.

    _ Coronation Oath.

    _ The King answereth,

    _ The Oath.

    _ To the Kings most Excellent Majesty.

    _ When he had done, the King went on.

    _ May the second. My Lords,THere are so many things of great importance to be said in very little time this day, that _ Here Sir Dudly Diggs made a stand, as wondring to see the Duke present: Yet he took the Roll, and read the Preamble to the charge, with the Dukes long Titles; and then went on.

    _ The Commons Impeachment and Declaration against the Duke of Buckingham. Gentlemen and Ladies,I am driven to that necessity, as that I am personally come to acquaint you, thAnd this their judgement in April 23 after, 1627. Dr. Downham Bishop of Derry at the next Assembly, My Lords,THe refusal of those Gentlemen,Primate of all Ireland his Speech. to contribute supply to tCharles Rex.1. That the Lords the BishopsAnno 1627. be commanded to their Several Sees, to keep resiOur Naval forces now Compleat, the Duke of Buckingham is resolved to satisfy their expectation who hMy Lords and Gentlemen.THese times are for Action, for Action I say, not for Words; therefore I shalMy Lords and Gentlemen,IT may seem strange that I come so suddenly to end this Session, therefore be _ IRELAND. My Lords the Judges,THe Term being ended,Lord Keepers speech to the Judges concerning Ship-money. yoThe Kings power now appeared in the Narrow Seas,Another Navy for the Narrow Seas. with three-score s _ Concerning this their Confession of Faith:

    _ The occasion of that Confession.

    _ But the Title to this New device, was thus:

    _ To which, the Royall Narration makes these Questions:

    _ The Articles of Pacification were these, the seventeenth of Iune, 1639.

    _ The eighteenth of Iune, the Declaration was signed by the King, and these Articles by the Scots, with this submission.

    _ Now to show how the Scots performed these Articles: Observe:

    _ Shall the King go to Scotland? I wish he may, if with honour, and safety he can; but as the case stands, and spirits are affected, I see neither.

    _ THE VOTE.

    _ A Proclamation, publishing an Act of State, and his Majesties Command concerning a scandalous Paper lately dispersed amongst many of his Subjects.

    _ To which the Scots make this Excuse.

    _ His first Case thus.

    _ His second Case thus.

    _ His third Case thus. Most Illustrious and Reverend Lord,We have willingly and cordially perceived that our Offers have be _ The Proeme in brief from this Year to the end of this History.

    _ The day come, the 24. the King salutes them thus▪ My Lords,The knowledg that I have of the Scotish Subjects, was the cause of my calling of the last AMy Lords,I shall explain my self concerning one thing I spake the last Day;The Kings Speech to the L _ Mr. Pym's Speech.

    _ The Impeachment of Sir George Ratcliff. Mr: Speaker,I give you thanks for granting me admittance to your presence.Lord Keeper Finch his Spee _ To which the King makes answer.

    _ The Scotish Comissioners demanded:

    _ The Scots Great Account. And some of the Commons House (their Favourites) conceived their Demands not unreasonable. But Sir BMr: Speaker.The prudent Endeavours of our Commissioners, with the Scots, probably have drawn near toMy Lords,That freedom and confidence which I expressed at the beginning of this Parliament,The KingsMy Lords,And you the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses of the House of Commons;His Speech concerning _ THESIS.

    _ Answer

    _ The further Impeachment of Thomas Earl of Strafford by the Commons assembled in Parliament. The first Article was not insisted upon.2. That shortly after the obtaining of a Commission dated th

    • The Earls Reply. March 25. 3. That the Realm of Ireland having been time out of minde annexed to the Imperial Crown o
    • The Earls Reply.
  2. That Richard Earl of Cork having sued out Process in course of Law for recovery of his Possession

    • The Earls Reply.
  3. That according to such his Declarations and Speeches, the said Earl of Strafford did use and exer

    • The Earls Reply.
  4. That the said Earl of Strafford, without any l•gal proceedings, and upon a Paper-petition of Rich

    • The Earls Reply.
  5. That the said Earl of Strafford in the Term of Holy Trinity, in the thirteenth Year of his now Ma

    • The Earls Reply.
  6. That the said Earl of Strafford upon a Petition exhibited in October, 1635. by Thomas Hibbots aga

    • The Earls Reply.
  7. That the said Earl of Strafford, the 16. day of Feb.April 1. in the 12. year of his now Majesties

    • The Earls Reply.
  8. That the said Earl of Strafford,April 2.being Lord Lieutenant, or Deputy of Ireland, procured th

    • The Earls Reply.
  9. That the said Earl, in the ninth year of his now Majesties Reign, did by his own will and pleasu

    • The Earls Reply.
  10. That the said Earl being Lord Deputy of Ireland, on the ninth day of Jan. in the thirteenth year

    • The Earls Reply.
  11. That flax being one of the principal and native Commodities of that Kingdome of Ireland, the sai

    • The Earls Reply. The Fourteenth Article was not urged.15. That the said Earl of Strafford traiterously and wickedly d
    • The Earls Reply.
  12. That the said Earl of Strafford, the two and twentieth of February, in the seventh year of his n

    • The Earls Reply. The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Articles were not insisted upon.19. That the said Earl having taxed a
    • The Earls Reply.
  13. That the said Earl in the fifteenth and sixteenth Years of his Majesties Reign, and divers Years

    • The Earls Reply. The one and twentieth and two and twentieth Art•cles were not urged.23. That upon the thirteenth Day
    • The Earls Reply. The four and twentieth Article not urged.
  14. That not long after the dissolution of the said last P

    • The Earls Reply.
  15. That the said Earl of Strafford by his wicked counsel having brought his Majesty i•to excessive

    • The Earls Reply.
  16. That in or about the Moneth of Aug. last he was made Lieutenant General of all his Majesties For

    • The Earls Reply.
  17. That in the moneths of September and October last, he the said Earl of Strafford being certified

    • The Earls Reply. When he had done the House of Commons urged, that if he had any further Defence he should perform it
    • The Earls Reply. My Lords.THere remaines another kind of Treason that I should be guilty of,the conclusion of the EarWhen he had done,The Commons justifie their charge by Law. two of the Members, Mr. Glyn and Mr. Pym My Lords and Gentlemen.The Kings speech in defence of the Earl of Strafford.I had no intention to haHereupon having this under his hand and witness, I urged the question with another person of like HoAnd now we shall see what the Arch-bishop of Armagh hath been pleased to signifie as to the ObservatMy Lord Primate of Ireland,It is my very great comfort,The Earl's Speech upon the Scaffold. that I h _ The Petition of the Earl of Strafford unto the Lords before he died. To the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in this present Parliament assembled. Some design there was no doubt of delivering the Earl of Strafford by escape, as appears by examinat _ Mr. Selden's Answer.

    _ Grimston replies.

    _ Selden answers. Upon the fifth of November the Lords and Council of Ireland sent their second Dispatch from Dublin uThe Parliament send Commissioners to treat with the Rebells in the North,The Parliam. send to treat The Earl of Leicester having thus long here retarded his service of Lieutenant of Ireland, commissioTo which they answer,His answer. That for the safety of their lives they were constrained to meet, a _ The Protestation.

    _ The Oath. Most gracious Soveraign.Your Majesties most humble and faithful Subjects the Commoners in this preseDie Mercurii December 15. 1641.In brief to set it down from these Heads.and remonstrance.1. The Root _ The Kings Declaration to all his loving Subjects. By the King.Whereas divers lewd and wicked persons have of late risen in Rebellion in our Kingdome oGentlemen.I am sorry for this occasion for coming unto you; Yesterday I sent a Serjeant at Arms uponDie Mercurii, the fifth of Ianuary.Whereas his Majesty in his royal person yesterday did come to theThis fell out as many would have it, a leading case to their confusion, wherefore the Lords on the t _ The King gives Answer.

    _ To the Kings most Excellent Majesty,

    _ Question.

    _ Answer.

    _ Question.

    _ Answer.

    _ Question.

    _ Answer.

    _ Question.

    _ Answer.

    _ Question.

    _ Answer.

    _ To which Answer Serjeant Wilde replied.

    _ Answer.

    _ The Sum of that Business was this: My Lords,We are commanded to present to you their affectionate Thanks for your wise Counsels and faiMy Lords,The House of Commons are very sensible, and do tenderly and affectionately consider, that tThis was welcome to the King, and sutably they subscribe, Your Majesties humble and obedient, loyal _ The Propositions. The Parliament ponder hereupon,Parliaments Votes thereupon.and after serious debate, for it much conThree daies after the Parliament Resolve, That an Army shall be raised for defence of King and ParliFrom thence the King removes to Leicester, summons the appearance of the Gentlemen, Free-holders, anThis was home, close to their conscience, which they retort upon the King with this Answer, That hisAnd to the Gentry of the Northern Countries they declare, that notwithstanding all the Kings vowes aAnd answerable to this Declaration, the secret Council of Scotland upon petition of the Assembly do _ To the High and Mighty Lords, the States of the United Provinces.

    _ A Declaration of the Lords and Commons of the Parliament of England, to the High and Mighty Lords the States of the United Provinces. There had come forth two Proclamations,The Lord Fairfax and others proclamed Traitors.the one from tThe County of Glocester being mostly engaged in the Parliament service,The state of the County of Gl _ PROP. I.

    _ PROP. II. CHARLS REX.Out of our tender compassion to our City of Glocester, and that it may not receive prejud _ Postscript. Upon the Rebellion and Troubles in Ireland, and upon the Cessation of Arms there, the King hath exprBut the Kings care also appeared to the dead and wounded, thus.Our will and command is, that you forAnd so they were buried on both sides. Many colours of the Kings Cornets were brought to London, amo _ The Names of the Lords and Commons in the Assembly of the Parliament at Oxford, Ianuary 22. 1643.

    _ These Peers then disabled by several Accidents appeared since.

    _ Peers imployed in his Majesties Service.

    _ Peers absent beyond Seas.

    _ Peers confined by the Parliament at VVestminster.

    _ These Members, then disabled by Accidents, have appeared since.

    _ Imployed in his Majesties Service. Because we may conceive that the 22. Divines appointed to reform, might do something in order to the _ Some doubtfull matters.

    _ 1. By leaving out of words.

    _ 2. Putting to of words.

    _ 3. Perverting the meaning of the Holy Ghost.

    _ A brief Narrative of the Scots affaires from 1639.Military affairs under conduct of the Marquesse of Montrose. The Parliament Members assembled at Oxford had sate ••nce the 〈◊〉 of Ianuary last, and with little bAccording to these Articles his Majesty possessed himself of all the enemies train of Artillery, viz _ To the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament.

    _ Which was.

    _ Who answers. And so Middleton marches Westward after the General Essex, and at Bridgwater encounters Sir Francis _ First concerning Religion.

    _ Concerning the Militia.

    _ For Ireland.

    _ The Protestation consented unto and taken by his Majesties Commissioners appointed to Treat.

    _ The Parliaments Commissioners paper concerning Religion.

    _ Propositions concerning the Militia, 4 February.

    _ So for the Kingdom of Scotland.

    _ The List of the Officers thus passed were these, besides those of the old, which are kept in.

    _ Then comes this Summons. This Speech and Prayer ended, he gave the Paper written, as he spake it, desiring Doctor Sterne to s _ To the High and Mighty Lords the States, &c.

    _ To which he received this Answer,

    _ Prisoners are thus numbred in the Note.

    _ The effect of the Articles.

    _ Then in their Petitions. But although these Club-ambassadors went away with no better satisfaction from so potent an Army,CluIn truth the Commanders did bravely on both sides, for it is known Rupert dares fight, Fairfax had d _ For the Speaker of the House of Peers pro tempore. But although they had ordered Tuesdayes and Saturdayes express, for debate of the Propositions, yet _ For the Speaker of the House of Peers, &c.

    _ For the Speaker of the House of Peers, &c.

    _ For the Speaker of the House of P•ers, &c.

    _ To the Speaker of the House of Peers, &c. But unhappily it fell out,Irish Letters Intercepted. that now again the Parliament intercepted some _ To the Speaker of the House of Peers, &c.

    _ To the Right Honourable the Lord Ashley.

    _ The Lord Digby's Letter inclosed.

    _ For his Sacred Majestie.

    _ For the Lord Byron and the Mayor of Chester.

    _ To which Byron answers.

    _ And instantly replied unto the same Day. Die Veneris, Feb. 13. 1645.Whereas the cause of John Lilburn Gent. came this Day to a Hearing at the _ The Observations may be these. In the mean time came Letters from the Commissioners before Newark of the surrender of that Town: anAnd the Committee of Estate in Scotland proclaim there, That no person whatsoever depart that KingdoThese Disputes are in Print, which shewes his Majesties temper, and knowledge, to treat so long with _ Postscript:

    _ The Propositions in general are these.

    _ The first Qualification.

    _ Then follows the second Qualification.

    _ The third Qualification.

    _ The fourth Qualification.

    _ The fifth Qualification.

    _ POSTSCRIPT. It is true that the Scots offer to be gon upon a reasonable account,The Scots offer to be gon with t _ The Scots Argument lies thus.

    _ EDINBURGH,

    _ Queries. And yet the King put some Queries to the Scots Commissioners at Newcastle, Ianuary 14▪It is a receiv _ The Scots Answer 14 Ianuary.

    _ For the Speaker of the House of Peers pro tempore, &c. The Lord Lisle designed Lieutenant General of Ireland, is but now this day taking leave of the ParliAnd forthwith he publishes a Discourse in print concerning Treason, Murder and Felony, that any persWe must confess that H. P. a Barrister of Lincolns Inn made a slight Answer to Ienkins, but being asAnd this Essex Petition was framed at London, and sent down thither for Subscribers.Then comes out aTo which obedience was performed, and the several Orders for listing and drawing together any ForcesMr. SpeakerI was sent unto by the King on Friday last to desire the Parliament to give way to him toIn the Letter to the House of Peers, which is the same with this to the Commons, there was inclosed The King was now come to Hampton Court with the Parliament Commissioners,King at Hampton Court. all This the General recieved favourably, and resolves to communicate with the General Council.A man wouThe sum of the Generals Answer was;That he judged their Intentions were honest,The Generals Answer. And now the General excuses the Army, promising his endeavours to settle the distempers there, & to And Publish their Reasons in a Declaration: First in the matters of Religion; Next concerning the inAnd now was the strict custody of the King referred to the care and Command of the General, to placeThis is short and like a Souldier, but the story is told for him, and the Talley strook of all the sBut let us return to the King. No news from him, closely watched, yet he walks the round upon the WaPraying,That the Parliament would improve the prosecuting and perfecting the said Votes, and preventAnd accordingly came to Cromwel,Scots Nobility contract with CromwelArguile, Lowdon, Leven, the Layr _ Upon Debate of the Kings Answer, the Lords Vote,

    _ The Propositions were in number eleven. But the Souldiers took so much delight in this Errrand, that besides the Halls, they mistook their W _ The Manner of the ele•tion they propound,

    _ Mr. Prinns Charge against the King, shewing,

    _ By VVilliam Prinne of Lincols Inne, Esq.

    _ Another Relation from the Lady Elizabeths own hand.

    _ 7. Another Relation, from the Lady Elizabeth.

    _ 8. A Copy of a Letter from the PRINCE to the KING, dated from the HAGUE Ianuary 23. 1648. For the King.

    _ To the Prince of Wales.

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tcp:60651:214 (2), tcp:60651:215 (2), tcp:60651:216 (2), tcp:60651:217 (2), tcp:60651:218 (2), tcp:60651:219 (2), tcp:60651:220 (2), tcp:60651:221 (2), tcp:60651:222 (2), tcp:60651:223 (2), tcp:60651:224 (2), tcp:60651:225 (2), tcp:60651:226 (2), tcp:60651:227 (2), tcp:60651:228 (2), tcp:60651:229 (2), tcp:60651:230 (2), tcp:60651:231 (2), tcp:60651:232 (2), tcp:60651:233 (2), tcp:60651:234 (2), tcp:60651:235 (2), tcp:60651:236 (2), tcp:60651:237 (2), tcp:60651:238 (2), tcp:60651:239 (2), tcp:60651:240 (2), tcp:60651:241 (2), tcp:60651:242 (2), tcp:60651:243 (2), tcp:60651:244 (2), tcp:60651:245 (2), tcp:60651:246 (2), tcp:60651:247 (2), tcp:60651:248 (2), tcp:60651:249 (2), tcp:60651:250 (2), tcp:60651:251 (2), tcp:60651:252 (2), tcp:60651:253 (2), tcp:60651:254 (2), tcp:60651:255 (2), tcp:60651:256 (2), tcp:60651:257 (2), tcp:60651:258 (2), tcp:60651:259 (2), tcp:60651:260 (2), tcp:60651:261 (2), tcp:60651:262 (2), tcp:60651:263 (2), tcp:60651:264 (2), tcp:60651:265 (2), tcp:60651:266 (2), tcp:60651:267 (2), tcp:60651:268 (2), tcp:60651:269 (2), tcp:60651:270 (2), tcp:60651:271 (2), tcp:60651:272 (2), tcp:60651:273 (2), tcp:60651:274 (2), tcp:60651:275 (2), tcp:60651:276 (2), tcp:60651:277 (2), tcp:60651:278 (2), tcp:60651:279 (2), tcp:60651:280 (2), tcp:60651:281 (2), tcp:60651:282 (2), tcp:60651:283 (2), tcp:60651:284 (2), tcp:60651:285 (2), tcp:60651:286 (2), tcp:60651:287 (2), tcp:60651:288 (2), tcp:60651:289 (2), tcp:60651:290 (2), tcp:60651:291 (2), tcp:60651:292 (2), tcp:60651:293 (2), tcp:60651:294 (2), tcp:60651:295 (2), tcp:60651:296 (2), tcp:60651:297 (2), tcp:60651:298 (2), tcp:60651:299 (2), tcp:60651:300 (2), tcp:60651:301 (2), tcp:60651:302 (2), tcp:60651:303 (2), tcp:60651:304 (2), tcp:60651:305 (2), tcp:60651:306 (2), tcp:60651:307 (2), tcp:60651:308 (2), tcp:60651:309 (2), tcp:60651:310 (2), tcp:60651:311 (2), tcp:60651:312 (2), tcp:60651:313 (2), tcp:60651:314 (2), tcp:60651:315 (2), tcp:60651:316 (2), tcp:60651:317 (2), tcp:60651:318 (2), tcp:60651:319 (2), tcp:60651:320 (2), tcp:60651:321 (2), tcp:60651:322 (2), tcp:60651:323 (2), tcp:60651:324 (2), tcp:60651:325 (2), tcp:60651:326 (2), tcp:60651:327 (2), tcp:60651:328 (2), tcp:60651:329 (2), tcp:60651:330 (2), tcp:60651:331 (2), tcp:60651:332 (2), tcp:60651:333 (2), tcp:60651:334 (2), tcp:60651:335 (2), tcp:60651:336 (2), tcp:60651:337 (2), tcp:60651:338 (2), tcp:60651:339 (2), tcp:60651:340 (2), tcp:60651:341 (2), tcp:60651:342 (2), tcp:60651:343 (2), tcp:60651:344 (2), tcp:60651:345 (2), tcp:60651:346 (2), tcp:60651:347 (2), tcp:60651:348 (2), tcp:60651:349 (2), tcp:60651:350 (2), tcp:60651:351 (2), tcp:60651:352 (2), tcp:60651:353 (2), tcp:60651:354 (2), tcp:60651:355 (2), tcp:60651:356 (2), tcp:60651:357 (2), tcp:60651:358 (2), tcp:60651:359 (2), tcp:60651:360 (2), tcp:60651:361 (2), tcp:60651:362 (2), tcp:60651:363 (2), tcp:60651:364 (2), tcp:60651:365 (2), tcp:60651:366 (2), tcp:60651:367 (2), tcp:60651:368 (2), tcp:60651:369 (2), tcp:60651:370 (2), tcp:60651:371 (2), tcp:60651:372 (2), tcp:60651:373 (2), tcp:60651:374 (2), tcp:60651:375 (2), tcp:60651:376 (2), tcp:60651:377 (2), tcp:60651:378 (2), tcp:60651:379 (2), tcp:60651:380 (2), tcp:60651:381 (2), tcp:60651:382 (2), tcp:60651:383 (2), tcp:60651:384 (2), tcp:60651:385 (2), tcp:60651:386 (2), tcp:60651:387 (2), tcp:60651:388 (2), tcp:60651:389 (2), tcp:60651:390 (2), tcp:60651:391 (2), tcp:60651:392 (2), tcp:60651:393 (2), tcp:60651:394 (2), tcp:60651:395 (2), tcp:60651:396 (2), tcp:60651:397 (2), tcp:60651:398 (2), tcp:60651:399 (2), tcp:60651:400 (2), tcp:60651:401 (2), tcp:60651:402 (2), tcp:60651:403 (2), tcp:60651:404 (2), tcp:60651:405 (2), tcp:60651:406 (2), tcp:60651:407 (2), tcp:60651:408 (2), tcp:60651:409 (2), tcp:60651:410 (2), tcp:60651:411 (2), tcp:60651:412 (2), tcp:60651:413 (2), tcp:60651:414 (2), tcp:60651:415 (2), tcp:60651:416 (2), tcp:60651:417 (2), tcp:60651:418 (2), tcp:60651:419 (2), tcp:60651:420 (2), tcp:60651:421 (2), tcp:60651:422 (2), tcp:60651:423 (2), tcp:60651:424 (2), tcp:60651:425 (2), tcp:60651:426 (2), tcp:60651:427 (2), tcp:60651:428 (2), tcp:60651:429 (2), tcp:60651:430 (2), tcp:60651:431 (2), tcp:60651:432 (2), tcp:60651:433 (2), tcp:60651:434 (2), tcp:60651:435 (2), tcp:60651:436 (2), tcp:60651:437 (2), tcp:60651:438 (2), tcp:60651:439 (2), tcp:60651:440 (2), tcp:60651:441 (2), tcp:60651:442 (2), tcp:60651:443 (2), tcp:60651:444 (2), tcp:60651:445 (2), tcp:60651:446 (2), tcp:60651:447 (2), tcp:60651:448 (2), tcp:60651:449 (2), tcp:60651:450 (2), tcp:60651:451 (2), tcp:60651:452 (2), tcp:60651:453 (2), tcp:60651:454 (2), tcp:60651:455 (2), tcp:60651:456 (2), tcp:60651:457 (2), tcp:60651:458 (2), tcp:60651:459 (2), tcp:60651:460 (2), tcp:60651:461 (2), tcp:60651:462 (2), tcp:60651:463 (2), tcp:60651:464 (2), tcp:60651:465 (2), tcp:60651:466 (2), tcp:60651:467 (2), tcp:60651:468 (2), tcp:60651:469 (2), tcp:60651:470 (2), tcp:60651:471 (2), tcp:60651:472 (2), tcp:60651:473 (2), tcp:60651:474 (2), tcp:60651:475 (2), tcp:60651:476 (2), tcp:60651:477 (2), tcp:60651:478 (2), tcp:60651:479 (2), tcp:60651:480 (2), tcp:60651:481 (2), tcp:60651:482 (2), tcp:60651:483 (2), tcp:60651:484 (2), tcp:60651:485 (2), tcp:60651:486 (2), tcp:60651:487 (2), tcp:60651:488 (2), tcp:60651:489 (2), tcp:60651:490 (2), tcp:60651:491 (2), tcp:60651:492 (2), tcp:60651:493 (2), tcp:60651:494 (2), tcp:60651:495 (2), tcp:60651:496 (2), tcp:60651:497 (2), tcp:60651:498 (2), tcp:60651:499 (2), tcp:60651:500 (2), tcp:60651:501 (2), tcp:60651:502 (2), tcp:60651:503 (2), tcp:60651:504 (2), tcp:60651:505 (2), tcp:60651:506 (2), tcp:60651:507 (2), tcp:60651:508 (2), tcp:60651:509 (2), tcp:60651:510 (2), tcp:60651:511 (2), tcp:60651:512 (2), tcp:60651:513 (2), tcp:60651:514 (2), tcp:60651:515 (2), tcp:60651:516 (2), tcp:60651:517 (2), tcp:60651:518 (2), tcp:60651:519 (2), tcp:60651:520 (2), tcp:60651:521 (2), tcp:60651:522 (2), tcp:60651:523 (2), tcp:60651:524 (2), tcp:60651:525 (2), tcp:60651:526 (2), tcp:60651:527 (2), tcp:60651:528 (2), tcp:60651:529 (2), tcp:60651:530 (2), tcp:60651:531 (2), tcp:60651:532 (2), tcp:60651:533 (2), tcp:60651:534 (2), tcp:60651:535 (2), tcp:60651:536 (2), tcp:60651:537 (2), tcp:60651:538 (2), tcp:60651:539 (2), tcp:60651:540 (2), tcp:60651:541 (2), tcp:60651:542 (2), tcp:60651:543 (2), tcp:60651:544 (2), tcp:60651:545 (2), tcp:60651:546 (2), tcp:60651:547 (2), tcp:60651:548 (2), tcp:60651:549 (2), tcp:60651:550 (2), tcp:60651:551 (2), tcp:60651:552 (2), tcp:60651:553 (2), tcp:60651:554 (2), tcp:60651:555 (2), tcp:60651:556 (2), tcp:60651:557 (2), tcp:60651:558 (2), tcp:60651:559 (2), tcp:60651:560 (2), tcp:60651:561 (2), tcp:60651:562 (2), tcp:60651:563 (2), tcp:60651:564 (2), tcp:60651:565 (2), tcp:60651:566 (2), tcp:60651:567 (2), tcp:60651:568 (2), tcp:60651:569 (2), tcp:60651:570 (2), tcp:60651:571 (2), tcp:60651:572 (2), tcp:60651:573 (2), tcp:60651:574 (2), tcp:60651:575 (2), tcp:60651:576 (2), tcp:60651:577 (2), tcp:60651:578 (2), tcp:60651:579 (2), tcp:60651:580 (2), tcp:60651:581 (2), tcp:60651:582 (2), tcp:60651:583 (2), tcp:60651:584 (2), tcp:60651:585 (2), tcp:60651:586 (2), tcp:60651:587 (2), tcp:60651:588 (2), tcp:60651:589 (2), tcp:60651:590 (2), tcp:60651:591 (2), tcp:60651:592 (2), tcp:60651:593 (2), tcp:60651:594 (2), tcp:60651:595 (2), tcp:60651:596 (2), tcp:60651:597 (2), tcp:60651:598 (2) • @n (1138) : 3 (1), 4 (1), 5 (1), 6 (1), 7 (1), 8 (1), 9 (1), 10 (1), 11 (1), 12 (1), 13 (1), 14 (1), 15 (1), 16 (1), 17 (1), 18 (1), 19 (1), 20 (1), 21 (1), 22 (1), 23 (1), 24 (1), 25 (1), 26 (1), 27 (1), 28 (1), 29 (1), 30 (1), 31 (1), 32 (1), 33 (1), 34 (1), 35 (1), 36 (1), 37 (1), 38 (1), 39 (1), 40 (1), 41 (1), 42 (1), 43 (1), 44 (1), 45 (1), 46 (1), 47 (1), 48-49 (1), 50-51 (1), 52-53 (1), 54-55 (1), 56 (1), 57 (1), 58 (1), 59 (1), 60 (1), 61 (1), 62 (1), 63 (1), 64 (1), 65 (1), 66 (1), 67 (1), 68 (1), 69 (1), 70 (1), 71 (1), 72 (1), 73 (1), 74 (1), 75 (1), 76 (1), 77 (1), 78 (1), 79 (1), 80 (1), 81 (1), 82 (1), 83 (1), 84 (1), 85 (1), 86 (1), 87 (1), 88 (1), 89 (1), 90 (1), 91 (1), 92 (1), 93 (1), 94 (1), 95 (1), 96 (1), 97 (1), 98 (1), 99 (1), 100 (1), 101 (1), 102 (1), 103 (1), 104 (1), 105 (1), 106 (1), 107 (1), 108 (1), 109 (1), 110 (1), 111 (1), 112 (1), 113 (1), 114 (1), 115 (1), 116 (1), 117 (1), 118 (1), 119 (1), 120 (1), 121 (1), 122 (1), 123 (1), 124 (1), 125 (1), 126 (1), 127 (1), 128 (1), 129 (1), 130 (1), 131 (1), 132 (1), 133 (1), 134 (1), 135 (1), 136 (1), 137 (1), 138 (1), 139 (1), 140 (1), 141 (1), 142 (1), 143 (1), 144 (1), 145 (1), 146 (1), 147 (1), 148 (1), 149 (1), 150 (1), 151 (1), 152 (1), 153 (1), 154 (1), 155 (1), 156 (1), 157 (1), 158 (1), 167 (1), 168 (1), 169 (1), 170 (1), 171 (1), 172 (1), 173 (1), 174 (1), 175 (1), 176 (1), 177 (1), 178 (1), 179 (1), 180 (1), 181 (1), 182 (1), 183 (1), 184 (1), 185 (1), 186 (1), 187 (1), 188 (1), 189 (1), 190 (1), 191 (1), 192 (1), 193 (1), 194 (1), 195 (1), 196 (1), 197 (1), 198 (1), 199 (1), 200 (1), 201 (1), 202 (1), 203 (1), 204 (1), 205 (1), 206 (1), 207 (1), 208 (1), 209 (1), 210 (1), 211 (1), 212 (1), 213 (1), 214 (1), 215 (1), 216 (1), 217 (1), 218 (1), 219 (1), 220 (1), 221 (1), 222 (1), 223 (1), 224 (1), 225 (1), 226 (1), 227 (1), 228 (1), 229 (1), 230 (1), 231 (1), 232 (1), 233 (1), 234 (1), 235 (1), 236 (1), 237 (1), 238 (1), 239 (1), 240 (1), 241 (1), 242 (1), 243 (1), 244 (1), 245 (1), 246 (1), 247 (1), 249 (2), 250 (1), 251 (1), 252 (1), 253 (1), 254 (1), 255 (1), 256 (1), 257 (1), 258 (1), 259 (1), 260 (1), 261 (1), 262 (1), 263 (1), 264 (1), 265 (1), 266 (1), 267 (1), 268 (1), 269 (1), 270 (1), 271 (1), 272 (1), 273 (1), 274 (1), 275 (1), 276 (1), 277 (1), 278 (1), 279 (1), 280 (1), 281 (1), 282 (1), 283 (1), 284 (1), 285 (1), 286 (1), 287 (1), 288 (1), 289 (1), 290 (1), 291 (1), 292 (1), 293 (1), 294 (1), 295 (1), 296 (1), 297 (1), 298 (1), 299 (1), 300 (1), 301 (1), 302 (1), 303 (1), 304 (1), 305 (1), 306 (1), 307 (1), 308 (1), 309 (1), 310 (1), 311 (1), 312 (1), 313 (1), 314 (1), 315 (1), 316 (1), 317 (1), 318 (1), 319 (1), 320 (1), 321 (1), 322 (1), 323 (1), 324 (1), 325 (1), 326 (1), 327 (1), 328 (1), 329 (1), 330 (1), 331 (1), 332 (1), 333 (1), 334 (1), 335 (1), 336 (1), 337 (1), 338 (1), 339 (1), 340 (1), 341 (1), 342 (1), 343 (1), 344 (1), 345 (1), 346 (1), 347 (1), 348 (1), 349 (1), 350 (1), 351 (1), 352 (1), 353 (1), 354 (1), 355 (1), 356 (1), 357 (1), 358 (1), 359 (1), 360 (1), 361 (1), 362 (1), 363 (1), 364 (1), 365 (1), 366 (1), 367 (1), 368 (1), 369 (1), 370 (1), 371 (1), 372 (1), 373 (1), 374 (1), 376 (2), 377 (1), 378 (1), 379 (1), 380 (1), 381 (1), 382 (1), 383 (1), 384 (1), 385 (1), 386 (1), 387 (1), 388 (1), 389 (1), 390 (1), 391 (1), 392 (1), 393 (1), 394 (1), 395 (1), 396 (1), 397 (1), 398 (1), 399 (1), 400 (1), 401 (1), 402 (1), 403 (1), 404 (1), 405 (1), 406 (1), 407 (1), 408 (1), 419 (2), 409 (1), 410 (1), 411 (1), 412 (1), 413 (1), 414 (1), 415 (1), 416 (1), 417 (1), 418 (1), 420 (1), 421 (1), 422 (1), 423 (1), 424 (1), 425 (1), 426 (1), 427 (1), 428 (1), 429 (1), 430 (1), 431 (1), 432 (1), 433 (1), 434 (1), 435 (1), 436 (1), 437 (1), 438 (1), 439 (1), 440 (1), 441 (1), 442 (1), 443 (1), 444 (1), 445 (1), 446 (1), 447 (1), 448 (2), 449 (2), 450 (1), 451 (1), 452 (1), 453 (1), 454 (1), 455 (1), 456 (1), 457 (1), 458 (1), 459 (1), 460 (1), 461 (1), 462 (1), 463 (1), 464 (1), 465 (1), 466 (1), 467 (1), 468 (1), 469 (1), 470 (1), 471 (1), 472 (1), 473 (1), 474 (1), 475 (1), 476 (1), 477 (1), 478 (1), 479 (1), 480 (1), 481 (1), 482 (1), 483 (1), 484 (1), 485 (1), 486 (1), 487 (1), 488 (1), 489 (1), 490 (1), 491 (1), 492 (1), 493 (1), 494 (1), 495 (1), 496 (1), 497 (1), 498 (1), 499 (1), 500 (1), 501 (1), 502 (1), 503 (1), 504 (1), 505 (1), 506 (1), 507 (1), 508 (1), 509 (1), 510 (1), 511 (1), 512 (1), 513 (1), 514 (1), 515 (1), 516 (1), 517 (1), 518 (1), 519 (1), 520 (1), 521 (1), 522 (1), 523 (1), 524 (1), 525 (1), 526 (1), 527 (1), 528 (1), 529 (1), 530 (1), 531 (1), 532 (1), 533 (1), 534 (1), 535 (1), 536 (1), 537 (1), 538 (1), 539 (1), 540 (1), 541 (1), 542 (1), 543 (1), 544 (1), 545 (1), 546 (1), 547 (1), 548 (1), 549 (1), 550 (1), 551 (1), 552 (1), 553 (1), 554 (1), 555 (1), 556 (1), 557 (1), 558 (1), 559 (1), 560 (1), 561 (1), 562 (1), 563 (1), 564 (1), 565 (1), 566 (1), 567 (1), 568 (1), 569 (1), 570 (1), 571 (1), 572 (1), 573 (1), 574 (1), 575 (1), 576 (1), 577 (1), 578 (1), 579 (1), 580 (1), 581 (1), 582 (1), 583 (1), 584 (1), 585 (1), 586 (1), 587 (1), 588 (1), 589 (1), 590 (1), 591 (1), 592 (1), 593 (1), 594 (1), 595 (1), 596 (1), 597 (1), 598 (1), 599 (1), 600 (1), 601 (1), 602 (1), 603 (1), 604 (1), 605 (1), 606 (1), 607 (1), 608 (1), 609 (1), 610 (1), 611 (1), 612 (1), 613 (1), 614 (1), 615 (1), 616 (1), 617 (1), 618 (1), 619 (1), 620 (1), 621 (1), 622 (1), 623 (1), 624 (1), 625 (1), 626 (1), 627 (1), 628 (1), 629 (1), 630 (1), 631 (1), 632 (1), 633 (1), 634 (1), 635 (1), 636 (1), 637 (1), 638 (1), 639 (1), 640 (1), 641 (1), 642 (1), 643 (1), 644 (1), 645 (1), 646 (1), 647 (1), 648 (1), 649 (1), 650 (1), 651 (1), 652 (1), 653 (1), 654 (1), 655 (1), 656 (1), 657 (1), 658 (1), 659 (1), 660 (1), 661 (1), 662 (1), 663 (1), 664 (1), 665 (1), 666 (1), 667 (1), 668 (1), 669 (1), 670 (1), 671 (1), 672 (1), 673 (1), 674 (1), 675 (1), 676 (1), 677 (1), 678 (1), 679 (1), 680 (1), 681 (1), 682 (1), 683 (1), 684 (1), 685 (1), 686 (1), 687 (1), 688 (1), 689 (1), 690 (1), 691 (1), 692 (1), 693 (1), 694 (1), 695 (1), 696 (1), 697 (1), 698 (2), 700 (1), 701 (1), 702 (1), 703 (1), 704 (1), 705 (1), 706 (1), 707 (1), 708 (1), 709 (1), 710 (1), 711 (1), 712 (1), 713 (1), 714 (1), 715 (1), 716 (1), 717 (1), 718 (1), 719 (1), 720 (1), 721 (1), 722 (1), 723 (1), 724 (1), 725 (1), 726 (1), 727 (1), 728 (1), 729 (1), 730 (1), 731 (1), 732 (1), 733 (1), 734 (1), 735 (1), 736 (1), 737 (1), 738 (1), 739 (1), 740 (1), 741 (1), 742 (1), 743 (1), 744 (1), 745 (1), 746 (1), 747 (1), 748 (1), 749 (1), 750 (1), 751 (1), 752 (1), 753 (1), 754 (1), 755 (1), 756 (1), 757 (1), 758 (1), 759 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23. q 20
24. row 26
25. salute 94
26. seg 3 @rend (3) : decorInit (3)
27. signed 179
28. sp 6
29. speaker 6
30. table 1
31. trailer 2