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JOHNSON, Samuel. An essay concerning parliaments at a certainty; or, The Kalends of may.

London. Printed for the Author, 1693. First edition.
Quarto. [2], ii, 47pp, [1]. Stitched, as issued. Stitching partially perished, title page and dedication leaf detached, creased, a trifle dusty.
The first edition of Church of England clergyman and pamphleteer Samuel Johnson's (1649-1703) essay discussing the Triennial Act of 1664, requiring Parliament to meet at least once every three years, and the right to have a Parliament every Kalends, or beginning, of May.
ESTC R11823, Wing J826.
£ 125.00 Antiquates Ref: 23949