No peace 'till the King prosper. [electronic resource] : A letter writ from a true lover of peace, to one that is both, modestly inquiring, and discovering the true and false paths to a present peace. That if the Parliament prevaile against the King, peace cannot be; but if the King prevaile, it must be; and if neither prevaile, it will not be.

Author
A. A. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Oxford, : Printed by Leonard Lichfield, printer to the Vniversity., 1645.
Description
[2], 6 p.

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eebo-0018
Notes
  • Signed p. 6: A.A.
  • "The piece is ascribed in the Bodleian catalogue to Dr. John Arnway, but I have seen no proof of the authorship, and Wood knows nothing of it"--Madan; Halkett & Laing name Arnway and cite the Bodl., but the Bodl. cat. enters the work under A.A. and not under Arnway.
  • Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
References
  • Wing A3734
  • Madan 1805
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