A discourse of fidelity [manuscript], 1632 November.

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Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. A discourse of fidelity [manuscript], 1632 November.

A discourse of fidelity [manuscript], 1632 November.

An appeal to Charles I on behalf of Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, with chapters addressed to the Pope, the King of Spain, the Emperor and the King of Sweden. Followed by, Funeral tears shed on the hearse of the late deceased ... prince Gustavus Adolphus ...

1-179, 181-184, 186-198 p.

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