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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Time well spent. Or, Opus iræ & labor benevolentiæ. In eight books. Viz, A compendious retractation for bookmaking, a godly zealous prayer, for peace and salvation a warning piece for England, a lamentable complaint, a patheticall apology, a potent vindication, a paradox, and the authours disaster for bookmaking, with his ship in division ... 11. May. 1643. Whereas Edward Browne ... hath presenteed to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty and the lords and commons in Parliament two petitions wherein is briefly described the miserable condition of this distracted kingdome as well as his own particuler grievances, it is therefore ordered that not onely his desire therein shall be granted, but that his time well spent in print shall be forthwith published ...Date of publication:
1643Description:Incomplete: contains only the title page, a letter from Browne to Anne van Peene, and her reply thereto. Pages bound out of order. Reproduction of the original in the Trinity College Library.This item contains 4 files (58.35 KB).Publicly Available