The danger wherein the kingdome now standeth, and the remedie, 1628.

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Cotton, Robert, Sir, 1571-1631. The danger wherein the kingdome now standeth, and the remedie, 1628.

The danger wherein the kingdome now standeth, and the remedie, 1628.

Manuscript on paper, in a single Italic hand, of a political tract arguing for the king's obligation to and the necessity of his respect for Parliament. Followed by "The kinges Ma[jes]ties speech in the Parliament," dated "17 March 1627."

1 v. (26 p.) ; 20 x 15 cm.

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