2 edition of A letter of the officers of the Army in Scotland found in the catalog.
A letter of the officers of the Army in Scotland
1659 by Edinburgh, printed by Christopher Higgins, in Harts Close, over against the Trone-Church, and re-printed at London in [[London] .
Written in English
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2173:09|
|The Physical Object|
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A letter of the officers of the army in Scotland, under the Commander in Chief there, to the officers of the army in England. Publisher: Edinburgh: Printed by Christopher Higgins, in Harts Close, over against the Trone-Church, A letter of the officers of the Army in Scotland: under the commander in chief there, to the officers of the Army in England.
Publisher: [London]: Edinburgh, printed by Christopher Higgins, in Harts Close, over against the Trone-Church, and re-printed at London, fr-rose.F-raocrs, ADVICE TOTHEOFFICERSOFTHE BRITISHARMY AFac-simileReprintoftheSixth LondonEdition. WITHINTRODUCTIONANDNOTES.
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