Memoirs of the secret services of John Mackey, esq; during the reigns of King William, Queen Anne, and King George I.
Including, also, the true secret history of the rise, promotions, &c. of the English and Scots nobility; officers, civil, military, naval, and other persons of distinction, from the revolution. In their respective characters of large;
drawn up by Mr. Macky, pursuant to the direction of Her Royal Highness the Princess Sophia. Published from his original manuscript; as attested by his son Spring Macky, esq.
|Main Creator:||Macky, John, d. 1726.|
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London, Printed in the year 1733.
Appendix I (p. i-xxiii, 2d group) is Burnet's will.
Includes [A character of] Gilbert [Burnet] Bishop of Salisbury (p. 138-140); and Dr. Gilbert Burnet's resolution of two important cases of conscience ... Is a Woman's barrenness a just ground for a divorce, or for polygamy? ... Is polygamy in any case lawful under the Gospel (Appendix II, p. xxiv-xxxiii, 2d group; attribution by John Macky).
Initials at end of editor's dedication: A. R.
Physical description: 4 p. ℓ., lvi, 254 p., 1 ℓ., xxxvii,  p. 19.5 cm.
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