|Author:||Baltimore, George Calvert, Baron, 1580?-1632.|
|Title:||The answer to Tom-Tell-Troth the practise of princes and the lamentations of the kirke / written by the Lord Baltismore, late secretary of state.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2008 September (TCP phase 1)
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The answer to Tom-Tell-Troth the practise of princes and the lamentations of the kirke / written by the Lord Baltismore, late secretary of state.
Baltimore, George Calvert, Baron, 1580?-1632.
London: [s.n.], 1642 
Dated by Thomason 25 February 1643.
"Tom-Tell-Troth, or a free discourse", originally published about 1626 (STC 23868), was reprinted in 1642; Lord Baltimore's answer, written for Charles I early in his reign, had not previously been published.
Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library.
Rupert, -- Prince, Count Palatine, -- 1619-1682.
Church and state -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- History -- Charles I, 1625-1649.
CHAP. 2. That Ferdinand was lawfully Elected King of Bohemia.
CHAP. 3. That the Crown of Bohemia is not only Elective.
CHAP. 4. For the title of the Palsgrave.
CHAP. 5. Of the proscription of the Palsgrave.
CHAP. 6. Of King James his not taking Armes to vindicate the honour of his Son proscribed.
CHAP. 7. Reasons why the Count Palatine is not to bee restored by Armes.