An Epistle to the reader. The end of this print is to present to thy view a most wise and pious speech, spoken to King James the Fifth of Scotland, by a councellor of his; : the which having occasioned what is premised to it, I thought fit to let them come hand in hand to thee; ...
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- First lines of text, p. 1: It is a principle very incident to the natural desire of men, that whatsoever judgement they are of in things of religion, to wish that all were of the same minde with themselves
- London, : Printed by Henry Hills and John Field, printers to His Highness, MDCLIV. [1654, id est 1655]
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- James V, King of Scotland, 1512-1542 -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Church history -- Modern period, 1485 -- -Early works to 1800.
- Title from A1r. Text on A2r commences "It is a principle very incident to the natural desire of men, that whatsoever judgement they are of in things of religion, to wish that all were of the same minde with themselves; ..". The actual epistle begins on C1r: "Sir, amongst the many blessings your subjects enjoy under this your government, ..". It is excerpted from William Drummond's "History of Scotland", pages 210 (compare B4v).
Imprint from colophon.
Annotation on Thomason copy: "Feb: 22: 1655", "This hath noe other title".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Thomason Tracts ; 126:E828) s1999 miun s
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- Wing (2nd edition) E3168.
McAlpin Coll., III, pages 67.
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