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Author: Rege Sincera.
Title: Observations, both historical and moral, upon the burning of London, September 1666 with an account of the losses, and a most remarkable parallel between London and Mosco, both as to the plague and fire : also an essay touching the easterly-winde : vvritten by way of narrative, for satisfaction of the present and future ages / by Rege Sincera.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Observations, both historical and moral, upon the burning of London, September 1666 with an account of the losses, and a most remarkable parallel between London and Mosco, both as to the plague and fire : also an essay touching the easterly-winde : vvritten by way of narrative, for satisfaction of the present and future ages / by Rege Sincera.
Rege Sincera.

London: Printed by Thomas Ratcliffe, and are to be sold by Robert Pawlet ..., 1667.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
London (England) -- Fire, 1666.
Moscow (R.S.F.S.R.) -- Fire, 1571.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A53837.0001.001

Contents
title page
To his much honored and respected Friend JOHN BULLER Esq A Worthy Member of the Hono∣rable House of COMMONS.
Observations and Reflections, both Historical and Moral, upon the last lamentable FIRE that hap∣pened in the famous CITY of LONDON, the Second Day of September, Anno 1666.
Whitehall, September 8.
Observations.
Quis? Who hath done it? SECT. I.
Quid? What hath he done? SECT. II.
Ʋbi? Where? SECT. III.
Quibus auxiliis? By whose help? SECT. IV.
Cur? Why? SECT. V.