|Author:||Wither, George, 1588-1667.|
|Title:||VVithers remembrancer: or, Extracts out of Master Withers his booke, called, Britains remembrancer. Worthy of the review and consideration of himselfe, and all other men.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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VVithers remembrancer: or, Extracts out of Master Withers his booke, called, Britains remembrancer. Worthy of the review and consideration of himselfe, and all other men.
Wither, George, 1588-1667.
London: [s.n.], Printed in the yeare of our Lord, 1643.
|Alternate titles:||Britain's remembrancer.|
Great Britain -- Politics and government
TO THE READER.
Withers his Remembrancer, OR, Extracts out of Mr WITHERS his Booke, called BRITAINS REMEMBRANCER.
In Pag. 195. 196. &c. He is so large in reprehending of the seditious and schismaticall wayes of separa∣tion; and commends so justly the heretofore happy government of the Church by Bishops, that the Reader is to be referred thither for M. Withers opinion therein. The reproofes he bestowes on Lon∣don, p. 207. 208. &c. Are likewise too large t be here insisted, I desire the Londoners to have re∣course to his book.
In Pag. 219. a. He hath a proper Elogie of the ver∣tues of that illustrious Princesse and her issue, the Queen of Bohemia.
Whether then, is it fit the Parliament should trust him with a Troop of Horse? lest if Prince Rupert should come into Kent, he might be as good as his word.
He would not be mistaken, as if he would not have Parliaments looke after the exercises of Religion.
Speaking of our own inheritable rights and freeholds.
To close up all, as in a fit place let us here insert some more of Mr Withers his owne lines; which will serve for a reason too of the Title to these few Ex∣tracts.