The crisis
Sir Richard Steele
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The crisis

or, A discourse representing, from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy Revolution : and the several settlements of the crowns of England and Scotland on Her Majesty; and on the demise of Her Majesty without issue, upon the most illustrious Princess Sophia, Electress and Dutchess Dowager of Hanover, and the heirs of her body being Protestants ... : with some seasonable remarks on the danger of a Popish successor

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This edition was published in by Printed by Sam. Buckley; and sold by Ferd. Burleigh ... in London.

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The crisis

or, A discourse representing, from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy Revolution : and the several settlements of the crowns of England and Scotland on Her Majesty; and on the demise of Her Majesty without issue, upon the most illustrious Princess Sophia, Electress and Dutchess Dowager of Hanover, and the heirs of her body being Protestants ... : with some seasonable remarks on the danger of a Popish successor

First published in 1714



The crisis

or, A discourse representing, from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy Revolution : and the several settlements of the crowns of England and Scotland on Her Majesty; and on the demise of Her Majesty without issue, upon the most illustrious Princess Sophia, Electress and Dutchess Dowager of Hanover, and the heirs of her body being Protestants ... : with some seasonable remarks on the danger of a Popish successor

This edition was published in by Printed by Sam. Buckley; and sold by Ferd. Burleigh ... in London.


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RBSC copy: Bound with 15 others. With the book label of T. Babington Macaulay [Franks 19084]; and the armorial bookplate of William Herbert Russell.

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A discourse representing, from the most authentick records, the just causes of the late happy Revolution

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