The life of James II late King of England. Containing an account of his birth, education, religion, and enterprizes, both at home and abroad, in peace and war, while in a private and publick capacity, till his dethronement. With the various struggles made since for his restoration; the state of his court at St. Germains; and the particulars of his death. The whole intermix'd with divers original papers, debates, letters, declarations, &c. As the debates and speeches about the Bill of Exclusion; for and against a standing army in his time; about the abdication, &c. Illustrated with several cuts and medals. To which is added, a a [sic] supplement of several curious memoirs; containing the Earl of Peterborough's negotiations in several courts, for a second match for him, when D. of York; and at last effecting it by the interposition of the French King, with the Princess of Modena; the dowry articles of marriage, &c. writ by the said Earl. A particular account of the Irish alarm, in a letter to a friend: a letter to a member of the convention, by Dr. Sh---k, &c.
printed for J. Knapton, in St. Paul's Church-yard; and J. Nicholson, J. Sprint, and T. Ballard, in Little-Britain,
|Edition:||The third edition, corrected and amended.|
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