The Fate of France;
a discourse, wherein after having answered the groundless exceptions that are made against the lawful conduct of the English, in securing themselves from popish tyranny, &c., it is shewed that by the happy revolution in England, all the designs of the French king for the Universal Monarchy are disappointed, and the rational grounds to believe his downfal near. In three dialogues betwixt Father Petre, Father La Chaize, and two Protestant gentlemen.
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London: Printed for Rich. Baldwin in the Old-Baily, 1690.
Physical description: [1 v.]
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