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Full title: The buckler of state and justice against the design manifestly discovered of the universal monarchy, under the vain pretext of the Queen of France her pretensions. Translation of a French pamphlet published in 1667.

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[Lisola, François Paul, baron de, 1613-1674.]

The buckler of state and justice against the design manifestly discovered of the universal monarchy, under the vain pretext of the Queen of France her pretensions. Translated out of French.
London : printed by James Flesher, for Richard Royston, bookseller to His most excellent Majesty, 1667.

8vo., [24], 311, [1] p.; Title page in red and black,
with initial imprimatur leaf dated 19th September 1667.

Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), L2370
PL 841
Editions also 1673 ('Second edition' plus an additional text), 1677 ('second edition' sic)

The Pepysian Library contains also:

Bouclier d’estat et de justice, contre le dessin de la France
[?Paris]: 1701
12mo.
PL 340

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