The True friends to Corporations vindicated in Answer to a Letter concerning the Disabling Clauses lately offered to the House of Commons for regulating Corporations, London: [n.p.], 1690. (Some page-numerals cropped or shaved, 2 small holes in last leaf with slight loss of text.) Uncut. Wing T2702; Kress 1750; Goldsmiths 2808 [Bound with]: [LLOYD, William]. The Pretences of the French Invasion examined, London: for R. Clavel, 1692. With the initial licence leaf. Wing L2690 [and]: [SHERLOCK, William]. A Letter [A Second Letter] to a Friend concerning a French Invasion, to restore the Late King James to his Throne, London: R. Taylor, 1692. Wing S3295 & 3339 [and]: A Letter written to one of the Members of Parliament, about the State of this Present War, London: [n.p.], 1692. (Light browning.) Wing L1771; and 17 other pamphlets in the volume (Wing S5418, S5437, S5421, F2196, L536, M2367, P2356, W1729, S5419, B2074, P3452, R728A, S5443, J822, W310, D877 & L549A). Together 22 pamphlets in one volume, 4° (190 x 140mm). (Some worming at the beginning, some cropping.) Contemporary panelled calf (rubbed). Sold as a volume of pamphlets, not subject to return.