The miserable case of poor old England, fairly stated;
in a letter to a member of the Honourable House of Commons. Or, the most powerful and convincing reasons, why the E-r, the D-h, the rest of the A-s, the late ministry, and the Low-Church, are against making a general peace with France; ...
|Main Creator:||C. D. L.|
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Dublin : re-printed by Edward Waters, 1712.
Preface signed: C. D. L.
E-r = Emperor, D-h = Dutch, A-s = allies.
Physical description: 16p. ; 8⁰.
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