The Long Parliament revived: or, An Act for continuation, and the not dissolving the Long Parliament (call'd by King Charles the First, in the year 1640.) but by an Act of Parliament. :
With undeniable reasons deduced from the said Act to prove that that Parliament is not yet dissolved. Also, Mr. William Pryn his five arguments fully answered: whereby he endeavours to prove it to be dissolved by the Kings death, &c. By Tho. Philips Gentleman ... [pseud., i.e. Sir W. Drake], a sincere lover of his King and country.
|Main Creator:||Drake, William, Sir.|
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London : printed for the author, and are to be sold at the Castle and Lyon in St. Pauls Church-yard, MDCLXI. [1661 i.e. 1660]
Thomas Philips = Sir William Drake.
A reply to: Prynne, William. A true and perfect narrative of what was done, spoken by and between Mr. Prynne, the old and newly forcibly late secluded members, the Army officers, and those now sitting, both in the Commons lobby, House, and elsewhere; on Saturday and Monday last (the 7. and 9. of this instant May).
In this edition, the 13th line of text has "Mr. William Pryn". Another edition has "Mr. William Prin".
Physical description: , 22 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), D2137
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), D2137A
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