The history of Whiggism, or, The Whiggish-plots, principles, and practices (mining and countermining the Tory-plots and principles) in the reign of King Charles the First, during the conduct of affaires, under the influence of the three great minions and favourites : Buckingham, Laud, and Strafford, and the sad forre-runners and prologues to that fatal-year (to England and Ireland) 41 : wherein (as in a mirrour) is shown the face of the late (we do not say the present) times

Edmund Hickeringill London : Printed for E. Smith ..., 1682

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