|Title:||The good old cause dress'd in it's primitive lustre,: and set forth to the view of all men. Being a short and sober narrative of the great revolutions of affairs in these later times. By R. Fitz-Brian, an affectionate lover of his country.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The good old cause dress'd in it's primitive lustre,: and set forth to the view of all men. Being a short and sober narrative of the great revolutions of affairs in these later times. By R. Fitz-Brian, an affectionate lover of his country.
London: printed for G.C. at the Black-spread-Eagle at the west-end of St. Paul's Church-yard, 1659.
Great Britain -- History
The good old Cause drest in it's primi∣tive Lustre, &c.
The Preface. When it is, that changes evenes in States.
Sect. I. The true Sources of our late Revolutions.
Sect. II. The dawning of the day of Reformation.
Sect. III. The Cause in its first rise and production.
Sect. IV. The provident all uniting of the honest party in a victorious Army.
Sect. 5. The interposall of a jurisdiction as destructive as the former.
Sect. VI. The cause in it's second appearance, explained and enlarged.
The Conclusion, God with us, the establishment of the Commonwealth.