John SHEFFIELD (Duke of Buckingham and Normanby.) a#39;C a D ther, and to la#39; ucceed him. boldly in their (NEcE³Ed! Turns., before an innocent Brother then a Child. EcEdNEcN Religia, aamp;N. a#39;Tis no Wonder, after this, if the King began to milirult everyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Buckingham restor'd: being two essays [“Some Account of the Revolution” and “The Feast of the Gods”] which were castrated from the works of the late Duke of Buckingham|
|Author||:||John SHEFFIELD (Duke of Buckingham and Normanby.)|