What has been, may be again: Or an Instance of London's Loyalty, in 1640, &c.
Being The Substance of a Traiterous Play, Acted in the Guild-hall of that city, by some of the Aldermen and Chief Leaders of the Party, in the year 1642. Together with The Pulpit-Doctrine of those Times, which brought on that Unnatural Rebellion. Publish'd to let us see the Advantage we may expect from those New-Reviv'd Maxims, That the Supream Power is in the People, and That Resistance is Lawful. Address'd to the Modern Whigs. Never before Printed.London: Printed by Edm. Powell, 1710 Stock Code: 146786
First edition of this anti-Whig polemic, linking modern day Whiggish sentiments with the anti-monarchical sermons and plays preceding the English Civil War. A second part followed the same year.
Octavo (211 x 135 mm). Disbound pamphlet, remnants of earlier spine, pages uncut.
Light soiling to title page, tiny hole to margin of terminal two leaves. A very good copy.
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