3 edition of A Parallell betweene the late troubles in Scotland and the present troubles in England found in the catalog.
A Parallell betweene the late troubles in Scotland and the present troubles in England
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 246:E. 110, no. 3.|
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A Parallell betweene the late troubles in Scotland and the present troubles in England: vvherin is discovered all the principall passages that occasioned the levying of armes both in England and Scotland: together with the chiefe incendiaries and fomenters of the same, comparing their actions with many ancient presidents.
A parallell betweene the late troubles in Scotland, and the present troubles in England: VVherin is discovered all the principall passages that occasioned the levying of armes both in England and Scotland.
Together with the chiefe incendiaries and fomenters of the same, comparing their actions with many ancient presidents. Remarks upon the present confederacy, and late revolution in England, &c. /  Remarks upon the two years raign of the Dauphin of France, when King of England, in the time of King John submitted to the Commons of England in Parliament.
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