A Discourse Concerning the Nature, Power, and Proper Effects Of…

The Prince of Orange calls Parliament

A Discourse Concerning the Nature, Power, and Proper Effects Of the Present Conventions in Both Kingdoms Called by the Prince of Orange. In a Letter to a Friend

London : Printed for J.L. and are to be Sold by Richard Baldwin, near the Black Bull, in the Old Bailey. 1689. Small 4to, A-B4, C2, [2], 18 pp, disbound
Convention. I.5. Eng. Hist. An assembly of the Houses of Parliament, without the summons of the Sovereign; as that of 1660 which restored Charles II, and that of 1688 which declared the throne abdicated by James II. - Shorter Oxford English Dictionary. The author is favourable to the Prince of Orange.
Reference: Wing D 1588

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