Mutual Support between William III and Parliament [Great Britain]. [Parliament]. The Address of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, And Commons Assembled in Parliament, To the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Presented by the Right Hononourable [sic] the Lord Marquis of Halifax, Lord Privy Seal, And Speaker to the House of Lords, In the Banquetting-House at Whitehall, the Eighth of March, 1688/9. With His Maiesties Most Gracious Answer Thereunto. London: Printed by James Partridge, Matthew Gillyflower, and Samuel Heyrick, 1688/9 [i.e. 1689]. [iv], 7,  pp. Folio (10-3/4" x 6-1/2"). Disbound. Light toning and foxing, most leaves detached, faint dampstain to bottom margin. $250. * Only edition, one of several issues from the same year. Mutual exchanges of support between Parliament and William of Orange, who had been declared king after the Glorious Revolution of 1688. Parliament vowed to support William, who had delivered them "from Popery and Arbitrary Power," in his requests for financial support to fight the rebellion in Ireland. The decisive Battle of the Boyne would take place the following year. English Short-Title Catalogue R229552.
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