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Author L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704.

Title A short view of some remarkable transactions [microform] : leading to the happy settlement of these nations under the government of our lawfull and gracious soveraign Charls the II. whom God preserve / By Roger L'Estrange...

Imprint London : Printed for Henry Brome ... 1660.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe Basement Library of English Literature Microfiche Cabinets  LEL 12155    ---  Available
Description [4], 4, 39-157, [3], 14, [2], 6, [2] p., advertising matter.
Series Library of English literature ; LEL 12155
Note Page numbers 5-38 omitted.
Decorative headpieces.
'No blinde guides' and 'Physician cure thy self' each has special title-page and separate pagination.
First published under title: L'Estrange his apology: with a short view, of some late and remarkable transactions, leading to the happy settlement of these nations under the government of our lawfull and gracious soveraign Charls the II. whom God preserve.
In the autumn of 1659 L'Estrange wrote and published with great rapidity a long series of anonymous broadsides, almost all of which are reprinted here. cf. Dictionary of National Biography.
(cont.) - A sober answer to a jugling pamphlet, entituled, A letter intercepted, &c. [dated March 27, 1660] - Plain English to His Excellencie the Lord General Monk, and the officers of the army under his command. - An answer to 'an alarum to the armies of England, Scotland, and Ireland' [dated April 4, 1660] - No blinde guides, April 20, 1660. - Physician cure thy self, April 23, 1660.
Contents The declaration of the city, to the men at Westminster. - The engagement and remonstrance of the city of London. December 12, 1659. - The final protest, and sense of the city. - The resolve of the city. December 23, 1659. - A free Parliament proposed by the city to the nation [dated December 6, 1659] - A plain case. Jan. 24, 1659. - To His Excellency, Generall Monck. A letter from the gentlemen of Devon [dated Jan. 28, 1659] - The sense of the army. Feb. 2, 1659. - The citizens declaration for a free Parliament [dated Feb. 2, 1659] - For his Excellency Generall Monck [dated Feb. 4, 1659] - A narrative [untitled, dated Feb. 12, 1659] - a word in season, to General Monk (with his officers, &c.) to the city, and to the nation [dated Feb. 18, 1659] - A paper against the faction [dated March 24, 1659] - A necessary and seasonable caution, concerning elections.
Reproduction Microfiche. Chicago, Ill. : Library Resources, inc., 1976. 1 microfiche : positive ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of English literature, LEL 12155)
Note s 1976 ilu n
Added Title L'Estrange his apology [microform.]

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