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The Resource Scotlands publick acknowledgement of Gods just judgement upon their nation for their frequent breach of faith, leagues, and solemne oathes made to their neighbours of England, in former ages, to gratifie their treacherous confederates of France. : Recorded in their own publick liturgie, printed at Edenborough by Thomas Bassandine, Anno. Dom. 1575, page 54, 57, 58, und this title, Prayers used in the churches of Scotland in the time of their persecution by the Frenchmen (in the year 1560) from whose tyranny and vassalage, they were then delivered by the Free Brotherly Assistance and forces of the English, to whom they had been formerly persidious. Published to prevent the like breach of solemn leagues, oaths, and covenants between both nations now (for fear of incurring the like, or a worse judgement,) by a well-wisher to both kingdomes, (electronic resource)

Scotlands publick acknowledgement of Gods just judgement upon their nation for their frequent breach of faith, leagues, and solemne oathes made to their neighbours of England, in former ages, to gratifie their treacherous confederates of France. : Recorded in their own publick liturgie, printed at Edenborough by Thomas Bassandine, Anno. Dom. 1575, page 54, 57, 58, und this title, Prayers used in the churches of Scotland in the time of their persecution by the Frenchmen (in the year 1560) from whose tyranny and vassalage, they were then delivered by the Free Brotherly Assistance and forces of the English, to whom they had been formerly persidious. Published to prevent the like breach of solemn leagues, oaths, and covenants between both nations now (for fear of incurring the like, or a worse judgement,) by a well-wisher to both kingdomes, (electronic resource)

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Scotlands publick acknowledgement of Gods just judgement upon their nation for their frequent breach of faith, leagues, and solemne oathes made to their neighbours of England, in former ages, to gratifie their treacherous confederates of France. : Recorded in their own publick liturgie, printed at Edenborough by Thomas Bassandine, Anno. Dom. 1575, page 54, 57, 58, und this title, Prayers used in the churches of Scotland in the time of their persecution by the Frenchmen (in the year 1560) from whose tyranny and vassalage, they were then delivered by the Free Brotherly Assistance and forces of the English, to whom they had been formerly persidious. Published to prevent the like breach of solemn leagues, oaths, and covenants between both nations now (for fear of incurring the like, or a worse judgement,) by a well-wisher to both kingdomes
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Scotlands publick acknowledgement of Gods just judgement upon their nation for their frequent breach of faith, leagues, and solemne oathes made to their neighbours of England, in former ages, to gratifie their treacherous confederates of France.
Title remainder
Recorded in their own publick liturgie, printed at Edenborough by Thomas Bassandine, Anno. Dom. 1575, page 54, 57, 58, und this title, Prayers used in the churches of Scotland in the time of their persecution by the Frenchmen (in the year 1560) from whose tyranny and vassalage, they were then delivered by the Free Brotherly Assistance and forces of the English, to whom they had been formerly persidious. Published to prevent the like breach of solemn leagues, oaths, and covenants between both nations now (for fear of incurring the like, or a worse judgement,) by a well-wisher to both kingdomes
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • P4060
  • 669.f.10[90]
Citation source
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Thomason
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1600-1669
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Prynne, William
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • England
  • Scotland
Target audience
general
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Scotlands publick acknowledgement of Gods just judgement upon their nation for their frequent breach of faith, leagues, and solemne oathes made to their neighbours of England, in former ages, to gratifie their treacherous confederates of France. : Recorded in their own publick liturgie, printed at Edenborough by Thomas Bassandine, Anno. Dom. 1575, page 54, 57, 58, und this title, Prayers used in the churches of Scotland in the time of their persecution by the Frenchmen (in the year 1560) from whose tyranny and vassalage, they were then delivered by the Free Brotherly Assistance and forces of the English, to whom they had been formerly persidious. Published to prevent the like breach of solemn leagues, oaths, and covenants between both nations now (for fear of incurring the like, or a worse judgement,) by a well-wisher to both kingdomes, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • A well-wisher to both kingdomes = William Prynne
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "[illegible] th"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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file reproduced from microform
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black and white
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eebo99869408
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unknown
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.)
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
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lossless
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cl0051000009
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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Scotlands publick acknowledgement of Gods just judgement upon their nation for their frequent breach of faith, leagues, and solemne oathes made to their neighbours of England, in former ages, to gratifie their treacherous confederates of France. : Recorded in their own publick liturgie, printed at Edenborough by Thomas Bassandine, Anno. Dom. 1575, page 54, 57, 58, und this title, Prayers used in the churches of Scotland in the time of their persecution by the Frenchmen (in the year 1560) from whose tyranny and vassalage, they were then delivered by the Free Brotherly Assistance and forces of the English, to whom they had been formerly persidious. Published to prevent the like breach of solemn leagues, oaths, and covenants between both nations now (for fear of incurring the like, or a worse judgement,) by a well-wisher to both kingdomes, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • A well-wisher to both kingdomes = William Prynne
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "[illegible] th"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
eebo99869408
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.)
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0051000009
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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