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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Reasons why the supreme authority of the three nations (for the time) is not in the Parliament, but in the new-established Councel of State, consisting of His Excellence the Lord General Cromvvel, and his honourable assessors. Written in answer to a letter sent from a gentleman in Scotland to a friend of his in London. To which is added the letter it self.Date of publication:
1653Author(s):Description:A printing of and reply to a letter signed "C.N.". Annotation on Thomason copy: "May". Reproduction of the original in the British Library.This item contains 4 files (179.42 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Jesuita vapulans, or, A whip for the fools back and a gag for his foul mouth in a just vindication of sixteen noble peers of the realm petitioning His Majesty.Date of publication:
1681Author(s):Description:Caption title. Attributed by Wing to C.N. Formerly Wing J708. Imprint suggested by Wing. "Defends the Earl of Essex in particular and 'The petition and advice of several peers' delivered 25 Jan. 1681 to King Charles asking ...This item contains 4 files (178.17 KB).Publicly Available