A collection of scarce and valuable papers, some whereof were never before printed, viz. I. A Defence of the Scots Settlement at Darien, with an Answer to the Spanish Memorial against it. II. An Enquiry into the Causes of the Miscarriages at Darien, &c. III. An Account of the Proceedings in the House of Commons, in Relation to the Recomage, with a List of the Yea's and No's. IV. A Letter from Trooper Tom in Flanders, to his Comrade, shewing that Luxemberg was a Witch. V. A Caution against Inconsistency. By J. Collier. VI. The Professor of Glascow's great Change, from 1673 to 93, in his Primitive and Episcopal Loyalty, through Italy, Geneoa, &c. to the Deposing Doctrine under Papistico-Phanatico-Prelatico Colours at Salisbury. Vii. Some Remarks upon, and Instances of, the Usages of former Parliaments, in Relation to Taxes. Viii. A Letter to a Friend in the Country. IX. The Desertion Discuss'd. By Mr. Collier. X.
printed for George Sawbridge, at the Three Golden Flower-de-Luces in Little Britain
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|Item Description:||A reissue of the 1703 edition of 'A choice collection of papers relating to state affairs; during the late revolution', with a new titlepage and apparently without one of the initial leaves. - English Short Title Catalog, T79406. - Kress, S.2575. - P.353 is signed Aa, but the text is complete. - Price from imprint: Price Bound 6 s. - Reproduction of original from Harvard University Graduate School of Business|
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