Boni ominis votum: a good omen to the next Parliament, expressed upon occasion of those extraordinary grand juries, lately summoned out of the most eminent baronets, knights, esquires, and gentlemen, in some counties, to serve at the summer assises, this year, 1656.

George Wither London : Printed for John Hardesty, at the black Spread-Eagle in Duck Lane, or at his shop in the Strand nigh Worcester House., 1656]

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