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The Bishops downefall or, the prelats snare. : Briefly discovering them to have been the sole authours of all our miseries both in church and state, the fomenters of all the jelousies betwixt the King and his sujects [sic]. And the supposed evill counsellours, who have brought this heavy accusation upon those worthy members of the House of Commons. A poeme: humbly dedicated to this honourable city, which by sad experience have found the same to be true. Whereunto is added a hearty exhortation to all good Christians, to joyne in prayer, that God would be pleased to heale all the breaches, these enemies of our church have made, and to restore a happy union betwixt the King and his people. by E.E. Gentleman. Preview this item
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The Bishops downefall or, the prelats snare. : Briefly discovering them to have been the sole authours of all our miseries both in church and state, the fomenters of all the jelousies betwixt the King and his sujects [sic]. And the supposed evill counsellours, who have brought this heavy accusation upon those worthy members of the House of Commons. A poeme: humbly dedicated to this honourable city, which by sad experience have found the same to be true. Whereunto is added a hearty exhortation to all good Christians, to joyne in prayer, that God would be pleased to heale all the breaches, these enemies of our church have made, and to restore a happy union betwixt the King and his people. by E.E. Gentleman.

Author: Edmund Elys
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Printed for G. Thompson, 1642.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Poetry
Poetry Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Edmund Elys
OCLC Number: 606699687
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 5, [1] pages)
Other Titles: Prelats snare

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