The present French King drawn to the life [i.e. Louis XIV] ; or A relation of the many strategems, Jesuitical devices, and diabolical policies, that he at this time makes use of to aggrandize himself :
the imitation whereof, prov'd so fatal to the late K. James: whereby, all that are in arms in Ireland, may take caution that they are not likewise deluded.
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London : printed, and are to be sold by R. Baldwin, near the Black Bull in the Old Bayley, 1690.
A translation of: L'esprit de la France et les maximes de Louis XIV découvertes à l'Europe.
A different translation from Wing P2770, P2770A, S4991, and S4991A.
Physical description: , 75,  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), P3246
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