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Strange and wonderful news from Norwich; the like not in all England besides. In a letter from Norwich, to a friend in London.
London: s.n 1681 - single sheet folio, (2)pp., caption title, in fine modern maroon quarter morocco over cloth boards, spine gilt lettered, by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. A very good copy indeed. First and only edition. Comprises three letters, the first to an un-named recipient, the second to Lord Paston and Augustine Briggs, the third to Lords Clifford and Fairfax, including two addresses by the citizenry of Norwich and of Yorkshire urging their M.P.s to vote for more stringent legislation against Catholics and the possibility of a Catholic succession. These are preceded by a satirical letter signed 'T.W.'. This letter begins, 'I doubt not but you have heard of the Red hot Zeal of our Town. We are altogether for advancing the Protestant Religion .'. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
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