A looking-glasse. Wherein is discovered the face of distraction, the cruelty of the papist, and misery of the protestant in most parts of this kingdome: together with an exhortation to all men to be vigilant, and valiant, and to meet approaching mischiefe far from their own dwellings, lest not able to resist it there, it breake into their houses, take all away, and plead law for it. Also certaine eminent townes lately pillaged and plundered; doe here in their owne persons, report their owne calamities, and perswade all other free townes in the kingdome, by taking notice of their miseries, to prevent their own ruines.
printed by G.W.,
Feb. 3. 1642 [i.e. 1643]
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