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TRUE ENGLISHMAN. ...
The true Englishman, being a vindication of those many loyal addresses presented to His Majesty for his late gracious declaration: in an answer to An impartial account of the nature and tendency of the late addresses.
London: printed for William Crooke, 1681.
[2], 34 p. ; 19.5 cm. (4º)

Anonymous. An impartial account of the nature and tendency of the late addresses, in a letter to a gentleman in the country, 1681, is sometimes attributed to Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury. ESTC r40118; Wing T2696.

Copy Notes Bound (13) in a collection of 14 English political tracts relating to parliament with imprint dates between 1673 and 1682, inscribed in ink on the front pastedown Lee Warner. Marginal note in ink in a contemporary hand on p. 1 in the form of a source reference for the 'late Addresses': vi: fo: [?] / Tom: 4 : n: 32.

Binding C17th sheep, blind-tooled borders and centre lozenge, later paper spine-label lettered in ink 'Parliament 1676' and octagonal paper library shelf-label lettered '102'.

Reference Number 190


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