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An vnhappy game at Scotch and English. Or A full answer from England to the papers of Scotland. : Wherein their Scotch mists and their fogs ; their sayings and gaine-sayings ; their juglings, their windings and turnings ; hither and thither, backwards and forwards, and forwards & backwards again ; their breach of Covenant, Articles, & treaty, their King-craft present design, against the two houses of Parliament, & people of England, their plots and intents for usurpation and government over us and our children detected, discovered, and presented to the view of the world, as a dreadfull omen, all-arme, and warning to the kingdome of England. Preview this item
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An vnhappy game at Scotch and English. Or A full answer from England to the papers of Scotland. : Wherein their Scotch mists and their fogs ; their sayings and gaine-sayings ; their juglings, their windings and turnings ; hither and thither, backwards and forwards, and forwards & backwards again ; their breach of Covenant, Articles, & treaty, their King-craft present design, against the two houses of Parliament, & people of England, their plots and intents for usurpation and government over us and our children detected, discovered, and presented to the view of the world, as a dreadfull omen, all-arme, and warning to the kingdome of England.

Author: John Lilburne; Richard Overton
Publisher: Edinburgh [i.e. London?] : Printed (as truly, as the Scotch papers were at London) by Evan Tyler, printer to the Kings most Excellent Majestie, and are to be sold at the most solemn signe of the Blew-Bonnet, right opposite to the two Houses of Parliament., 1646.
Series: Early English books online.
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Genre/Form: Early works
History
Early works to 1800
Named Person: Charles, King of England; Charles, King of England
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Lilburne; Richard Overton
OCLC Number: 606667109
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 26 pages)
Series Title: Early English books online.
Other Titles: Unhappy game at Scotch and English
Full answer from England to the papers of Scotland

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