The history of the desertion : or, An account of all the publick affairs in England, from the beginning of September 1688. to the twelfth of February following. With an answer to a piece call'd The desertion discussed: in a letter to a country gentleman / By a person of quality ...
- Rare Books copy: Formerly part of an 18th-century library in Williamscote House near Banbury, England, assembled by John Loveday (1711-1789), philologist and antiquary, who lived at Caversham in Oxfordshire. The library was moved to Williamscote House in 1799 by John Loveday the second (1742-1809), Doctor of Laws.
- "The desertion discuss'd. In a letter to a country gentleman" ( p. 137-150) was written by Jeremy Collier in answer to Gilbert Burnet's An enquiry into the present state of affairs. cf. Dict. nat. biog., v. 11, p. 341.
- Binding notes:
- Bound with: Humble address of the Presbyterians, presented to the King by Mr. Hurst ... / Vincent Alsop. [London] : Printed for J.W., 1687.
BX9056.A57 1687 c.1 (Book) bound in The humble address of the Presbyterians, presented to the King by Mr. Hurst, Mr. Chester, Mr. Slater [and 5 others] : With his Majesties gracious answer
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