|Title:||Caesars dialogue or A familiar communication containing the first institution of a subiect, in allegiance to his soueraigne:|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Caesars dialogue or A familiar communication containing the first institution of a subiect, in allegiance to his soueraigne:
At London: Printed by Thomas Purfoot, 1601.
TO All sound Members of that bodie, whereof her sacred Maiestie is Supreame head, Happinesse Externall, Internall, Eternall.
CAESARS DIALOGVE, or, a familiar communication, con∣taining the first institution of a Subiect, in allegiance to his Soueraigne.
The punishments of the disloyall to Caesar.
The reward of the loyall to Caesar.