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An appeal to thy conscience, as thou wilt answer it at the great and dreadful day of judgment. Which cannot be answer'd but by rebellion and murder, and is an unanswerable answer to a late pamphlet intituled, Vox populi: now printed under the title of the judgment of whole kingdoms, and nations, concerning the rights, power and prerogative of kings; and the rights, priviledges, and properties of the people, &c. Recommended as proper to be kept in all families, that their childrens children may never become rebels against, or murderers of their lawful Sovereign. Made publick for the defence of the Queen and Government, by a true lover of loyalty, who now challenges Dr. W-k-y, Dr. W-st, Mr. H-d-y, Mr. B-s-t, de [F]-e, R-d-th, or any other fanatical round head, and republican champion, to consute this appeal by the Word of God.

  • Fisher, Edward, active 1627-1655.
Printed in the year, 1710
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London : [s.n.], Printed in the year, 1710.

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ESTC T22305


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