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Author: Wenlock, John.
Title: To the most illustrious, High and Mighty Majesty of Charles the II, by the grace of God King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, etc. the humble declaration of John VVenlock of Langham, in the county of Essex Esquire, an uiter [?] Barrister of near forty years continuance, in that Honourable Society of Lincolnes-Inne being first a supplicatory preface and discourse of His Majesty, and then humbly shewing the great and dangerous troubles and intollerable oppressions of himself and his family, and the true occasion thereof, in the wofull times of these late most unhappy distractions : wherein the perfect loyalty of a true subject, and the persideous malice and cruelty of a rebell, are evidently deciphered, and severally set forth to the publick view in their proper colours, as a caution for England : hereunto are annexed certain poems, and other treatises composed and written by the author upon several occasions, concerning the late most horrid and distracted times, and never before published.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: To the most illustrious, High and Mighty Majesty of Charles the II, by the grace of God King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, etc. the humble declaration of John VVenlock of Langham, in the county of Essex Esquire, an uiter [?] Barrister of near forty years continuance, in that Honourable Society of Lincolnes-Inne being first a supplicatory preface and discourse of His Majesty, and then humbly shewing the great and dangerous troubles and intollerable oppressions of himself and his family, and the true occasion thereof, in the wofull times of these late most unhappy distractions : wherein the perfect loyalty of a true subject, and the persideous malice and cruelty of a rebell, are evidently deciphered, and severally set forth to the publick view in their proper colours, as a caution for England : hereunto are annexed certain poems, and other treatises composed and written by the author upon several occasions, concerning the late most horrid and distracted times, and never before published.
Wenlock, John.

London: Printed by T. Childe and L. Parry for the author ..., 1662.
Notes:
Errata: p. [3].
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A65439.0001.001

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Here the Author did intend to have placed his Effigies and Coat of Armes, but the exact Sculpture thereof being so chargeable, and his Sufferings so great, for which he hath yet no recompence, he is enforced to be frugal in expences; and therefore intreats the gentle Reader to accept of the Verses that he composed to be printed underneath the same; and courteously to correct the Printers Errata.
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ERRATA.
The Epistle Dedicatory. To the High and Mighty Majesty OF Charles the II. By the Grace of GOD King of Great Britain, &c. Defender of the Faith, &c.
To the Kings Most Excellent Majestie.
TO THE Kings Most Excellent MAJESTIE.
To the High and most Renowned MAJESTY OF Charles the II: By the Grace of God most Mighty and Famous King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c.
A Short Caution for those that help to maintain this rebellious warr against the KING.
UPON THE Rumps Eclipse. Written in Febr: 1659.
In honour of the Birth day of his Royal Majesty King CHARLES the Il. With an Encomium upon the Lord Generall George Monk. Written in May 1660.
Written by the Author about the year 1644▪ and sent to his Wife, when she and his Children were in great want and calamity together.
Written to a Gentlewoman about the year 1643. from whom the Author had then received a Letter of some very harsh news.
Upon his late Majesties. 1649.
The Authors ACROSTICHIS UPON THE LATE TROUBLES. Written in 1643.
Upon Prince RUPERTS Tears pretended to be shed at MARSTONE MOOR. 1644.
Animadversions upon the wilde Satyrs that ramble about our English Forrest. Written in 1641.
Certain News when these Wars shall have an end. Written in 1643.
Upon our Royal Queens Majesties most Happy Arri∣val, the most Illustrious Donna Catharna, sole Sister to the High and Mighty King of Portugall.