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Monarchy's unconquerable champion, or, Undenyable powerfull and strong collections of Scripture in defence of monarchie: with comments in verse on each proof and applications relating to the unparaleld rebellion in the west wherein the arch traytor Ferguson is in some measure anatomized and his disciples characteriz'd. The second edition // Dilligently collected, composed and written by a souldier, one of his sacred Majesties loyall & dutifull subjects Geo. Wood.
Monarchy's unconquerable champion. Undenyable powerfull and strong collections of scripture in defence of monarchie. Powerful collections in defence of monarchie gathered out of the holy Bible :begining with the Old Testament.
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Scope/Content: Manuscript. On title page: "Written by the author Sepr 20th 1685." Scope/Content: Manuscript version of George Wood's Monarchy's unconquerable champion, which was published in 1685. This manuscript edition, executed by the author, differs substantially from the published version: in addition to the extracts from scripture collected in the published text, this manuscript also contains Wood's commentary on these passages, written in verse. The text is written in multiple engrossing hands by Wood, and the title page in particular is meant to imitate a printed title page. Condition: Bound in 18th-century full speckled calf with gold tooling; front cover and initial pages detached and back cover loose; housed in modern cloth case.
, 150,  p., bound ;22 cm.
Royal supremacy (Church of England)--Early works to 1800. Monarchy--Great Britain--Early works to 1800. James--II,--King of England,--1633-1701.
"W. Legge, 1688" inscribed on page before title page.