Royal innocence: wherein King Charles I. is clear'd from being any ways accessary to the execrable rebellion in Ireland: a most malicious and groundless calumny cast upon him by the ring-leaders of the English rebellion; and that charge retorted on themseves [sic], and prov'd by facts.
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London : printed for J. Wilford, 1729.
By the Author of the Index-Writer, according to an advertisement in T144838.
Physical description: ,37,p. ; 8vo
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