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Title
The true Protestants humble desires to the Kings most excellent Majesty. Or, Protestant-like propositions for His Majesties perusall, tending to a safe and well-grounded peace. VVith a commination or chorus of the people against those that desire it not
Alternative Title
True Protestants humble desires to the Kings most excellent Majesty
Date Created and/or Issued
1647
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Collection
Printed Books
Rights Information
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Description
ESTC R210645 ; Verse - "That your Majesty will be pleased to signe" ; A Royalist poem;Place of publication from Wing ; Column 3 line 1 reads "A commination to be confir-". Variant: column 3 line 1 reads "A comination to be confirmed"
Type
text
Format
Image
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.) ; (1 sheet)
Identifier
180162
280792
http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15150coll3/id/5515
Subject
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649
Protestants--England--Early works to 1800
Great Britain--History--Civil War, 1642-1649--Poetry
Broadsides. (rbgenr)
Ballads. (rbgenr)
Source
Printed Books, Huntington Digital Library
Provenance
Huth copy ; bookplate of John Arthur Brooke

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