Advice to King William and Queen Mary Booth, Henry, Earl of Warrington [1652-1694], Attributed. An Impartial Enquiry Into the Causes of the Present Fears and Dangers of the Government, Being a Discourse Between a Lord Lieutenant, And One of his Deputies, Summoned to Hold a Lieutenancy, For Raising the Militia. London: S.n., 1692. [ii], 20 (i.e. 18) pp. Text in parallel columns. Quarto (9" x 6"). Stab-stitched pamphlet bound into recent three-quarter calf over cloth, gilt title to spine, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing to extremities, front hinge starting. Some soiling to title page, interior otherwise fresh. $200. * First edition. Support for the Protestant monarchs in the form of sage military advice: a warning to pursue naval power rather than a land war in the struggle with France. It is also an expose of treacherous advice given to the king by French sympathizers. English Short-Title Catalogue R34927.
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