4 edition of Bella Scot-Anglica found in the catalog.
|Other titles||A brief of all the battells and martiall encounters which have happened "twixt England and Scotland|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 715:8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 19 [i.e. 21],  p|
|Number of Pages||21|
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Bella Scot-Anglica: a brief of all the battells, and martiall encounters which have happened 'twixt England and Scotland from all times to the present: whereunto is annexed a corollary, declaring the causes whereby the Scot is come of late years to be so hightned in his spirits: with some prophecies which are much cryed up, as reflecting upon the fate of both nations.
Bella Scot-Anglica. A BRIEF OF ALL THE Battells, and Martiall Encounters which have happened 'twixt ENGLAND and SCOTLAND, from all times to this present. VVherunto is annexed a Corollary, Declaring the causes whereby the Scot is come of late years to be so hightned in his spirits; With some Prophecies which are much cryed up, as reflecting upon the fate of both Nations.
Bella Scot-Anglica. A brief of all the battells, and martiall encounters which have happened 'twixt England and Scotland, from all times to the present. VVherunto is annexed a corollary, declaring the causes whereby the Scot is come of late years to be so heightned in his spirits; with some prophecies which are much cryed up, as reflecting upon.
Great Britain -- History -- Prophecies. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Great Britain -- History; Europe -- History -- Prophecies; History -- Prophecies.
HOWELL, JAMES (?–), author, was fourth child and second son of Thomas Howell by a daughter of James David Powell of Bualt. Howell states that his brothers and sisters numbered fourteen, but three sons, including Thomas, bishop of Bristol [q. v.], and three daughters composed the family according to the pedigree in Brit.
Mus. Harl. p. Tracts of Mr. Thomas Hobbs of Malmsbury containing I. Behemoth, the history of the causes of the civil wars of England, from toprinted from the author's own copy never printed (but with a thousand faults) before, II. An answer to Arch-bishop Bramhall's book called the catching of the Leviathan, never before printed, III.
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