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Q.F.Q.Q.S.A new fiction, as wee were : A.I.M.E.I.M.I.D.2.F.4. The scene at Whtie-Hall. Antetruhand (in imagination) by some of Powle Fernlists under St. Tichburn-Crosse, in a way of prognostication. A.R.D.N.R.C.2.12.M.H.4.D.I.P.M.H.I.M. Circ. 59. Anno libertatis christianæ, 1626. Stylo novo. Personæ. Protestation. Common-Prayer, Allegiance. Sr. Solemn League and Covenant. Engagement. Instrument. Constables, Beadles, &c. Chorus of By-Standers. Preview this item
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Q.F.Q.Q.S.A new fiction, as wee were : A.I.M.E.I.M.I.D.2.F.4. The scene at Whtie-Hall. Antetruhand (in imagination) by some of Powle Fernlists under St. Tichburn-Crosse, in a way of prognostication. A.R.D.N.R.C.2.12.M.H.4.D.I.P.M.H.I.M. Circ. 59. Anno libertatis christianæ, 1626. Stylo novo. Personæ. Protestation. Common-Prayer, Allegiance. Sr. Solemn League and Covenant. Engagement. Instrument. Constables, Beadles, &c. Chorus of By-Standers.

Author: James Croxton
Publisher: London : Printed by J.C. for the Author, Mdclxi. [1661]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Humor
Humor Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Croxton
OCLC Number: 607039729
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 6 pages)
Other Titles: New fiction as wee were

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