|Author:||Mercer, William, 1605?-1676?|
|Title:||Angliæ speculum: or Englands looking-glasse.: Devided into two pats [sic], / by C.VV. Mercer.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Angliæ speculum: or Englands looking-glasse.: Devided into two pats [sic], / by C.VV. Mercer.
Mercer, William, 1605?-1676?
London: Printed by Tho: Paine, MDCXLVI. 
|Alternate titles:||Angliæ speculum.|
Great Britain -- History
ANGLIAE SPECVLVM. Or ENGLANDS LOOKING-GLASSE.
frontispiece and dedication
apology for frontispiece
apology for dedication
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE, THE EARLE OF ESSEX, HIS EXCELLENCY:
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE, MY most Noble Lord Generall his Excellency, and my most honourable Patron.
To the Curteous Reader.
To the Criticall Reader.
encomia to himself
In commendation of the Author, and his worke. To Himselfe.
The Author to his worke, and in relation to the former lines.
The Prologue to this ensuing Discourse.
ANGLIAE PECVLVM. OR ENGLANDS LOOKING-GLASSE.
To the Right Honourable LORDS Assembled in PARLIAMENT.
To the Honourable House of Commons.
TO The Right Honourable the LORDS COMMISSIONERS of SCOTLAND.
TO THE HONOƲRABLE COMMITTEES.
TO The Right Honourable the Earl of Northumberland: Earl ALGERNOUNE PERCIE.
To the Right Honourable the Earl of PEMBROOK: Earle PHILLIP HERBERT.
To the Right Honourable Earl, Lord WILLIAM CECIL of SALISBURY.
To the Right Honourable the Earl of Warwick, Lord High-Admirall of England. Earle ROBERT RICH.
TO The Right Honourable Bazill Fielding, Earl Denbeigh.
To the Right Honourable, Earle Henerie Rich.
To the Right honourable the E. of Manchester, Earl Edward Montigue.
To the Right Honourable Henerie Gray, Earl of STANFORD.
TO The Right Honourable John Maitland, Earl of Laudersdale: Earle John Maitland.
TO THE RIGHT HONOƲRABLE JOHN ELPHINGSTOWNE. Lord Balmerinoch.
TO The Right Honourable William Fiennes, Viscouut SAY and SEAL.
To the Right Honourable William Gray, Lord GRAY.
TO The Right Honourable LORD IOHN ROBERTS: Lord ROBERTS of Truro.
TO the right Honourable Thomas Bruce, Lord BRUCE.
TO The Honourable William Lenthall Esq. Speaker of the Honourable House of COMMONS.
TO THE HONOURABLE JAMES FIENNES.
To the Right Worshipfull Sir JOHN MERRICK, Knight.
TO THE Right VVorshipfull Sir Henrie Mervyn, Knight; my Father in Law.
TO THE RJGHT WORSHJPFƲLL Sir WILLIAM BELFOURE Knight.
TO THE RJGHT WORSHJPFƲLL Sir PHILIP STEPLETON, Knight.
TO THE RJGHT WORSHJPFƲLL Sir JOHN CLATWORTHYE, Knight.
TO The VVorshipfull his most Respected, WILLIAM JEPSONE.
TO The VVorshipfull Sir Charles Erskin, Knight.
To the Worshipful ALEXANDER POPHAM, Esquire.
For the Worshipful, DENZAL HOLLIS Esquire.
For the Worshipfull, JOHN GOODWIN, Esquire,
For the VVorshipful MICHAEL NOBLE ESQVIRE.
To the truly Honourable Collonel, Collonel Audelay Mervin, my brother in Law.
To the Right Worshipful, Sir Richard Strode, Knight.
To the Right Honourable, Thomas Adams, Lord Major.
The Right Honourable, Lord Major, and Court of Aldermen.
To the Right Worshipfull Sir John Northcute Knight.
To the Right worshipfull, Sir Samuel Roule.
To the worshipfull Anthonie Nicholls, Esquire.
To the much honoured, Major Generall Edward Massie.
To the worshipfull Godfraie Bossezile, Esquire.
To the VVorshipfull, Mr. Hue Kennedie.
To his worthy friend, Mr. Iohn Cheesly, Secretary to the Commissioners for Scotland.
To the Honourable, and Right worshipfull, Sir Archibald Iohnstoun, Lord Warestone.
To the Right worshipfull Sir Oliver Fleming.
To the Right Honourable IchCambell, Earle Lowdon, Lord high Chancelour of Scotland.
TO THE RIGHT HONOƲRABLE, Lord Major of the Citie of LONDON. WITH The Honourable Aldermen, and the rest of the Common-councell-men.
To the Renowned, Learned, and Worthy, DIVINES; Commissioners for the CHURCH of SCOTLAND.
For Apologie to these Persons of Honour.
To the Right Worshipfull and Renow∣ned Physitian; Doctor Alexander Ramsey.
TO MY BROTHER, Captain John Mercer.
TO THE FAMOUS POET Capt. George Withers.
The Pen-mans Apologie to the Common Reader.
To the Right Honourable, the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: and the Right Honourable Lord Major of London, The Right worshipfull Aldermen, and the rest of the Common Councel.
One word more to Momus.
To the scornfull Passenger.
Vpon the title of the Book.