London : Printed and are to be sold by Rich. Janeway ..., 1689.
Book — , 34 p.
(from t.p.) I. Proposals to the present convention for setling the government
II. Several queries relating to the present proceedings in Parliament
III. A Protestant precedent offer'd for the exclusion of King James the Second
IV. Reasons offer'd for placing the Prince of Orange singly in the throne during his life
V. A breviare for the convention, represented to the Lords and Commons of England
VI. King James the First his opinion of a king and of a tyrant and of the English laws, rights, and priviledges --VII. Proposals to the present convention for perpetual security of the Protestant religion and liberty of the subjects of England.