Monarchiæ encomium est sceptrum sive solium justitiâ stabilitum; or a congratulation of the kings coronation, shewing withall, the right way of setling and establishing the kings throne, and causing his crown to flourish upon his head. By way of explication of the first five verses of the 25 chapter of the Proverbs of Solomon, with an application of them to the occurrences of these times, /
Printed by T. Leach, and are to be sold by William Palmer at the Palm-tree in Fleetstreet, and by Joan Malpas in Sturbridg in Worcester-Shire,
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