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The Perfect Politician: Or, A Full View and Country Jests, New, and suitable to of the Life and Actions (Military and the Humours of the Times ; Witty and Civil) of 0. Cromwel. Whereunto is Familiar for the Encrease of Merriment, added His Character; And a Compleat and Improvement of Friendly ConversaCatalogue of all the Honours conferr'd tion, As they are used among the Wits by him on several Persons. Qui nescit of the Age. To which are added, in a dissimulare, nescit Kegnare. London : Second Part, Bulls, Banters, Quibbles, Printed by J. Cottrel, for William Ray- Repartees, Pleasant Stories, and Poems; bould ... 1660. 8o. A, 4 leaves: B-Aa The Qualifications of an Expert Town4 in eights. With a portrait.

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Edition. London, Printed by J. Wilde, Events of Secular Affairs, exploded by ... 1694. 12°. With the same frontisthe sacred Scriptures and force of Reason piece. B. M. ... London, Printed for M. D. Anno

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Lovanii, Apud Ioannem By the King. A Proclamation for pre

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Reigns of Mary Queen of Scotland, And

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