Vis unita fortior: or, The union of Great Britain, in its civil and religious concerns, Wherein the author endeavours to prove, that as it is the interest of all Britains to unite now: so nature seems to have always design'd that they should be one people. Simon Mackensie.
Vis unita fortior: or, The union of Great Britain, in its civil and religious concerns, Wherein the author endeavours to prove, that as it is the interest of all Britains to unite now: so nature seems to have always design'd that they should be one people
Vis unita fortior: or, The union of Great Britain, in its civil and religious concerns, Wherein the author endeavours to prove, that as it is the interest of all Britains to unite now: so nature seems to have always design'd that they should be one people
Vis unita fortior: or, The union of Great Britain, in its civil and religious concerns, Wherein the author endeavours to prove, that as it is the interest of all Britains to unite now: so nature seems to have always design'd that they should be one people
Vis unita fortior: or, The union of Great Britain, in its civil and religious concerns, Wherein the author endeavours to prove, that as it is the interest of all Britains to unite now: so nature seems to have always design'd that they should be one people
Vis unita fortior: or, The union of Great Britain, in its civil and religious concerns, Wherein the author endeavours to prove, that as it is the interest of all Britains to unite now: so nature seems to have always design'd that they should be one people

Vis unita fortior: or, The union of Great Britain, in its civil and religious concerns, Wherein the author endeavours to prove, that as it is the interest of all Britains to unite now: so nature seems to have always design'd that they should be one people

London: Printed for Luke Stokoe, 1704. First printing. Hardcover. First edition, 1704. 8vo, original calf with recent calf spine, red leather gilt label, (16) 181, (11) 80 [2 parts]. With mid 18th C. bookplate of George Stonehouse, and his signature dated (we think) 174_, of Standen Hussey, Wiltshire. Some edgewear to boards, otherwise nice tight copy, very scarce. Very Good. Item #C000029390

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