|Author:||Lover of the true interest of his country.|
|Title:||Awake Sampson, the Philistines are upon thee! or, A caution to England to take heed to her locks, least they being cut off by intrigues, she be made to grind at the mill of France ... by a lover of the true interest of his country.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Awake Sampson, the Philistines are upon thee! or, A caution to England to take heed to her locks, least they being cut off by intrigues, she be made to grind at the mill of France ... by a lover of the true interest of his country.
Lover of the true interest of his country.
London: Printed by S. Bridge ..., and sold by E. Whitelock ..., 1696.
Reproduction of original in Columbia University Library.
Awake Sampson, &c. Or, A CAVEAT to England, not to be Trappann'd, by France.