Iniquity display'd: or, the settlement of the kingdom of Ireland, commonly call'd, The Act of Settlement, made after the restoration of King Charles II. laid open :
wherein, against all the rules of Christian religion, common justice and true policy : against the solid security of the Crown ... publick faith is violated ... Sent in a letter by a gentleman in the country to a noble lord at court, in the year 1667/8. and now reprinted, with some additions, ...
|Main Creator:||French, Nicholas, 1604-1678.|
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[London] : Printed anno, 1704.
A gentleman = Nicholas French.
Originally published as 'A narrative of the Earl of Clarendon's settlement and sale of Ireland'.
Physical description: ,70 p. ; 4to
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|LO 1384||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Librarian's Office|