Prosopopoeia Britannica: Britans genius, or, good-angel, personated; reasoning and advising, touching the games now playing, and the adventures now at hazard in these islands; and presaging, also, some future things, not unlikely to come to passe. Discovered, by Terrae-Filius (a well-knowne lover of the publike-peace) when the begetting of a nationall-quarrell was first feared. Expressed in two lections, or readings.
- Other Title:
- Britains genius, or, good-angel, personated
- London : Printed by Robert Austin, 1648.
, 113,  p. ; 17 cm. (8vo.)
- s.s, k.e, behe BeOr (3) 1648 (A)
- Great Britain -- Politics and government -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
- Place of Publication:
- England London.
- Terrae-Filius is George Wither.--Cf. ESTC.
Errata on verso of p. 113.
- Local notes:
- Culture Class Collection copy bound with: Wither, George, 1588-1667. The workes of Master George Wither, of Lincolns-Inne, Gentleman. Containing Satyrs. Epigrams. Eclogues. Sonnets. and Poems. Whereunto is annexed a paraphrase on the Creed and the Lords Prayer. London : Printed by Iohn Beale for Thomas Walkley, and are to be sold at his shop at the Eagle and Child in Birttanes Burse, 1620.
- Penn Chronology:
- Cited in:
- Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), W3183
- Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
English Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
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