The Scotish dove. Sent out, and returning :
bringing intelligence from their army of both kingdoms, and makes some relations of other observable passages of both kingdomes, for information and instruction.
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London [England] : printed for Laurence Chapman, 1643-1646.
Written and edited by George Smith. Cf. Nelson and Seccombe; Frank.
Some issues have a contents notes above the caption title.
At head of title from nos. 3-161: "Be wise as serpents, innocent as doves", with woodcut and contents notes; no. 162 has proverb at head of text but lacks illustration.
Imprint from colophon.
At end of text: "This is licensed and entered into the Hall-book according to order."
NLI copy is issue "Num. 128." Pagination: 611-618p. From Saturday the 28. of March till Wednesday the 8. of Aprill 1646 (woodcut ; small and 4to).
Physical description: 163 v. ; 21 cm. (4to)
Apparently a successor to the single issue of: The Scotch Mercury. Relationship suggested by text of Scotish dove, no. 1.
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