A visitation of love unto the king, and those call'd Royallists; consisting [brace] I. Of an answer to several queries proposed to the people (called Quakers) from a (supposed) Royallist. II. Of an objection answered, conserning the kings supremacy. III. Of an epistle directed to the king, & those that go under the name of Royallists. IV. Of certain queries returned to them (called Royallists) to answer.
Printed, and are to be sold by Robert Wilson, at his Shop at the Sign of the Black-spread Eagle and Wind-mill, in Martins near Aldersgate,
|Series:||Early English books online.
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!