A new dialogue or, a brief discourse between two travellers the one call'd by the name of Andrew the Scot; the other, David the VVelchman. Setting forth the condition that the Scots are in, the opinions that the VVelch are on, the miseries that Ireland indures, and the calamities of England. Shewing also the intents and desires of the major part of people in every countrey, countie, shire, city, borough, towne and village, within his Majesties dominions. With a compendious prophesie; compos'd by a woman nam'd Mistris White, now living in the town of Cardiff of the age of 112 years, who hath pointed out strange matters concerning this kingdomes affaires,
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