Discourses on the present state of the Protestant princes of Europe :
exhorting them to an union and league amongst themselves, against all opposite interest, from the great endeavours of the court of France and Rome to influence all Roman Catholick princes, against the Protestant states and religion; and the advantage that our divisions give to their party; wherein the general scope of this horrid Popish Plot is laid down, and presented to publick view. By Edmund Everard Esquire. Kept four years close prisoner in the Tower by the contrivance of some English subjects plotting against us in France, whom he five years since discovered; and was lately justified and released by his Majesty.
|Main Creator:||Everard, Edmund.|
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London : printed for Dorman Newman at the King's Arms in the Poultrey, 1679.
The first leaf bears private order to print on verso, dated and signed: May the first, 1679. Edmund Everard.
Physical description: , 44 p. ; 2o.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), E3528A
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