A short view of the reign of King Henry III

Publication Date1681
RemainderShewing the danger of the subjects arrogancy: the methods of great mens rise and fallings: the wrong the King and his subjects suffer from evil counsellors: the bitterness of the bishops and clergy in those distempers of government: the Parliament finding fault with the King: the King's averseness from such dealings: his taking other courses for money: after this, the King reduced to great straits: the Parliament again convening, takes advantage thereby; but ensues the mischief of equal authority in the government The King having suffered thus much, when settled was more cautious. By Sir R.C. Knight and Baronet
Extent[2], 28 p.
Publisherprinted for Richard Janeway in Queens-head Alley in Pater-noster Row



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