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Wither, George 1648a

Wither, George. Prosopopœia Britannica: Britans Genius, or, Good-Angel, personated; Reasoning and advising, touching the Games now playing, and the Adventures now at Hazard in these Islands; and presaging, also, some future things, not unlikely to come to passe. Discovered, by Terræ-Filius (a well-knowne Lover of the Publike-Peace) when the begetting of a Nationall-Quarrell was first feared. Expressed in two Lections, or Readings. London: printed by Robert Austin, 1648. [4], 113, [1] pp. 8vo.


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