Smith, George,, Chapman, Laurence,Leach, Francis. (Eds.) (1643-1646) The Scotish dove, sent out and returningBringing intelligence from their army, and makes some relations of other observable passages of both kingdomes, for information and instructionLondon : Printed for Laurence Chapman,MLA Citation
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The Scotish dove, sent out and returning [electronic resource] : Bringing intelligence from their army, and makes some relations of other observable passages of both kingdomes, for information and instruction.
|Names:||Smith, George, | Chapman, Laurence, | Leach, Francis,|
|Published:||London : Printed for Laurence Chapman, 1643-1646.|
|Regions:||Scotland - History - Charles I, 1625-1649 - Periodicals. | Great Britain - History - Civil War, 1642-1649 - Periodicals.|
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|Physical Description:||v. : ill.
|More about this Title:||Last issue titled: Scotish dove, sent out the last time
Title from caption.
At head of title, numb. 4-112: Woodcut of dove bearing olive branch, above the motto: "Be wise as serpents, innocent as doves."
By George Smith. Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Imprint from colophon.
Publisher varies: numb. 141-161 printed for F.L.
Dates given according to Lady-Day dating.
Reels listed in chronological order of serial publication; holdings dispersed throughout collection.
Reproduction of the originals in the British Library.
Smith, George, fl. 1643-1646, editor.
Chapman, Laurence, publisher.
Leach, Francis, d. 1658, publisher.