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Author: Nicanor, Lysimachus, 1603-1641.
Title: The ungirding of the Scottish armour: or, An ansvver to the informations for defensive armes against the Kings Majestie which were drawn up at Edenburgh, by the common help and industrie of the three tables of the rigid covenanters of the nobility, barons, ministry, and burgesses, and ordained to be read out of pulpit by each minister, and pressed upon the people, to draw them to take up armes, to resist the Lords anointed, throughout the vvhole kingdome of Scotland. By Iohn Corbet, minister of Bonyl, one of the collegiate churches of the provostrie of Dunbartan.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The ungirding of the Scottish armour: or, An ansvver to the informations for defensive armes against the Kings Majestie which were drawn up at Edenburgh, by the common help and industrie of the three tables of the rigid covenanters of the nobility, barons, ministry, and burgesses, and ordained to be read out of pulpit by each minister, and pressed upon the people, to draw them to take up armes, to resist the Lords anointed, throughout the vvhole kingdome of Scotland. By Iohn Corbet, minister of Bonyl, one of the collegiate churches of the provostrie of Dunbartan.
Nicanor, Lysimachus, 1603-1641.

Dublin [i.e. London]: Printed by the Society of Stationers [i.e. R. Hodgkinson], 1639.
Alternate titles: Ungirding of the Scottish armour Ansvver to the informations for defensiue armes against the Kings Majestie. Answer to the informations for defensive armes against the Kings Majestie. Ungirding of the Scottish armour: or, An answer to the informations for defensive armes against the Kings Majestie.
Notes:
Lysimachus Nicanor = John Corbet.
Imprint false; actual place of publication and printer from STC.
Title page has 24 fleur-de-lis and 2 rules; B1r line 3 of text ends: "cove-"; E4r line 5 begins: "common wealth. Answ. [in italics]".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Covenanters -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A19328.0001.001

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TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE, THOMAS, Lord Viscount VVENTVVORTH, Baron of Wentworth Woodhouse, Lord Newmarsh and Oversley, Lord President of the Councell established in the North part of England, Lord Lieutenant of York-shire, One of His Majesties most Honourable Privie Councell in England, and Lord Deputie Generall of Jreland.
THE VNGIRDING OF THE Scotish Armour.
Covenanters instructions.
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To my Brethren of the Presbyterio of DVNBARTAN.