A Hymn to Confinement. Written by the Author of The Case of the Church of England's Memorial Fairly Stated, &c. While in Durance. ... To which is Added, a Poem on the Same Subject by the Famous Sir Roger L'Estrange, ...
printed in the year, 1705 - 16 pages
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