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The Protector [electronic resource]: A Poem Briefly Illustrating the Supereminency of That Dignity; Rationally Demonstrating, That the Title of Protector, Providentially Conferred Upon the Supreme Governour of the British Republike, Is the Most Honorable of All Titles, and, That Which, Probably, Promiseth Most Propitiousness to These Nations; If Our Sins and Divisions Prevent It Not. Composed by George Wither

Wither, George
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Cambridge, England : Chadwyck-Healey Ltd., 1994.
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English
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The English Poetry Full-Text Database Cambridge, England: Chadwyck-Healey Ltd., 1994.
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Preliminaries omitted.
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Electronic access sponsored by VIVA, the Virtual Library of Virginia.
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Transcribed from: The Protector. A poem Briefly illustrating the Supereminency of that Dignity; Rationally demonstrating, that the Title of Protector, providentially conferred upon the Supreme Governour of the British Republike, is the most Honorable of all Titles, and, that which, probably, promiseth most Propitiousness to these Nations; if our Sins and Divisions prevent it not. Composed by George Wither. London: Printed by J. C. [etc.], 1655.
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