A dissuasive from Jacobitism, shewing in general what the nation is to expect from a popish king :
and in particular, from the Pretender : [the second part ... wherein, the interest of the clergy and universities, with relation to popery and the Pretender, is consider'd : to which is added, King William the III his last speech to the Parliament, on Wednesday the 31st of December, 1701].
|Main Creator:||Barrington, John Shute Barrington, 1st Viscount.|
|Published / Created:||
John Baker, 1713-1714.
Physical description: 44, 38, 4 p. ; 12mo.
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|942069 d 2||Offsite Special Access||General|