England's Appeal from the Private Cabal at White-Hall to the Great Council of the Nation, The Lords and Commons in Parliament Assembled. By a true Lover of his Country
[COVENTRY, Sir William; DU MOULIN, Peter; LISOLA , François Paul, Baron de]
Written in opposition to a perceived conspiracy by a few members of the Privy Council during the reign of Charles II. Their unpopular policies engendered a sense of secret, diabolical influence around their dealings. For some time it was believed that the negative sense of the word "Cabal" came from the title of this pamphlet, and that even the word was an acronym for the last names of the five members, but this claim has since been proven false.
Date Published: 1673
Place Published: n/a
Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: 52 p. 20 cm. Rebound in marbled paper boards with gilt-stamped leather spine label and new endpapers. Pages 45 onwards have stained inner margins. There are a few minor spots and some thumbing elsewhere. A couple of apparent "chips" may be paper faults.