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Author: Philopolites.
Title: Themista & Euphorbus: in a familiar dialogue, plainly discovering and passionately bemoaning the exorbitances of the world in the administration of justice : composed at first for a private diversion, and now presented to the worthy maioralty within the famous and antient borrough of Tavistock, Devon, newly incorporated by His Maiesties special favour and with the assistance of the honourable Sr. James Butler, Kt. / by Philopolites.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Themista & Euphorbus: in a familiar dialogue, plainly discovering and passionately bemoaning the exorbitances of the world in the administration of justice : composed at first for a private diversion, and now presented to the worthy maioralty within the famous and antient borrough of Tavistock, Devon, newly incorporated by His Maiesties special favour and with the assistance of the honourable Sr. James Butler, Kt. / by Philopolites.
Philopolites.

London: Printed for the Author, 1683.
Subject terms:
Tavistock (England)
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A95689.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the VVorshipful the MAYOR, Together, with the Aldermen & their Assistants, within the Famous and Antient Burrough of TAVISTOCK, Devon.
To my Book.
THEMISTA Explaining her self in a Soliloquie.
THEMISTA Ill at ease, is Visited by EƲPHORBƲS.
Conclusio & Votum Authoris.
The Printers Advertisement to the Reader.