Twelve Humble Proposals To the Supreme Governours of the three Nations now assembled at Westminister concerning The Propagation of the Gospel, The New modling of the Universities, The Reformation of the Laws, The Supply of the necessities of the poor; And many other things of great moment, which may conduce to the honour of God, and the comfort and joy of his people. By M[ary] R[ande] an admirer and adorer of the good providence of God, in making such happy changes in these Nations

TitleTwelve Humble Proposals To the Supreme Governours of the three Nations now assembled at Westminister concerning The Propagation of the Gospel, The New modling of the Universities, The Reformation of the Laws, The Supply of the necessities of the poor; And many other things of great moment, which may conduce to the honour of God, and the comfort and joy of his people. By M[ary] R[ande] an admirer and adorer of the good providence of God, in making such happy changes in these Nations
Year for Search1653
Authors[Cary], [Mary](fl. 1636-53)
Secondary AuthorsR[ande], M[ary] [pseud.]
Tertiary AuthorsR., M. [pseud.]
Pagination13 pp.
Date Published1653
PublisherPtd. by Henry Hills, for R.C. and are to be sold by Giles Calvert
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Female author
Annotation

Basically a reform tract based on the assumption that Christ is to return soon. Generally, rule well but with a list of specifics. See also 1651 Cary.

Pseudonym

By M[ary] R[ande] [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

L

Author Note

The author (fl. 1636-53) changed her name to Mary Rande.

Full Text

1653 [Cary, Mary] (fl. 1636-53). Twelve Humble Proposals To the Supreme Governours of the three Nations now assembled at Westminister concerning The Propagation of the Gospel, The New modling of the Universities, The Reformation of the Laws, The Supply of the necessities of the poor; And many other things of great moment, which may conduce to the honour of God, and the comfort and joy of his people. By M[ary] R[ande] an admirer and adorer of the good providence of God, in making such happy changes in these Nations. London: Ptd. by Henry Hills, for R. C. and are to be sold by Giles Calvert. 13 pp. L

Basically a reform tract based on the assumption that Christ is to return soon. Generally, rule well but with a list of specifics primarily designed to assist the poor, including abolishing tithes. See also 1651 Cary. Female author.