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Author: Le Grosse, Robert.
Title: Sionis reductio, & exultatio. Or, Sions return out of captivity with Sions reioycing for her return. A discourse, intended for the solemn festivity of the English nation, at Livorno in Italy, upon the happy news of King Charles the Second his return into England, which was there celebrated with munificent feasting, and magnificent shows, fire-works, and other signs of triumph, three days together, in the month of July anno Dom. 1660. Since occasionally preached in part, at St. Margarets in Westminster, the Sonday [sic] after the solemnization of the Kings birth-day, and entry into London; and now presented to publick view, as to correct the mis-apprehension, and mis-interpretation of some that were present; so to prevent the mis-information, and depravation of others that were absent. By Ro. le Grosse, cleric. An orthodox priest of the Church of England; and D. Oecumenical, then residing in Livorno, at his return from grand Cairo in Egypt.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Sionis reductio, & exultatio. Or, Sions return out of captivity with Sions reioycing for her return. A discourse, intended for the solemn festivity of the English nation, at Livorno in Italy, upon the happy news of King Charles the Second his return into England, which was there celebrated with munificent feasting, and magnificent shows, fire-works, and other signs of triumph, three days together, in the month of July anno Dom. 1660. Since occasionally preached in part, at St. Margarets in Westminster, the Sonday [sic] after the solemnization of the Kings birth-day, and entry into London; and now presented to publick view, as to correct the mis-apprehension, and mis-interpretation of some that were present; so to prevent the mis-information, and depravation of others that were absent. By Ro. le Grosse, cleric. An orthodox priest of the Church of England; and D. Oecumenical, then residing in Livorno, at his return from grand Cairo in Egypt.
Le Grosse, Robert.

London: printed by Tho. Leach, in the year M DC LXII. [1662]
Alternate titles: Sionis reductio, and exultatio Sions return out of captivity
Notes:
Title words: "Reductio, & exultatio" joined by left brace.
With imprimatur on verso of title page dated 24. Aug. 1662.
Signatures: A4 [chi]1 *2 B4 C2 D-I4 (-I4); [chi]1 blank.
Copy stained; MS. notes on p. 46.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Subject terms:
England and Wales. -- Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- History -- Restoration, 1660-1668 -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Kings and rulersl -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A50026.0001.001

Contents
title page
imprimatur
TO His most Illustrious Highness, RUPERT, Prince Palatine of the Rhene; Duke of Cumberland; Knight of the most noble Order of the Gar∣ter; and one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council.
To his Honoured Friends, Mr. James and George Man, some∣times the Prime Merchants, but always the Royal Entertainers of the KINGS real Friends, at Livorno in ITALY.
The Preface to the READER!
PSAL. 14.7. , &c.
votive