HAY, T. de.
A Letter from Paris, giving an account of the horrid designe of poysoning and the rebellion threatned in France, the Prince of Condé's retiring from Court, in discontent, to Languedoc ... Sent from a French Chevalier, to a friend in England. (Signed: T. de Hay.) n.p. [1680?]
4pp; folio. Sm. tears to lower edge, sm. hole in first leaf, just touching edge of one letter on verso. Disbound (old reinforcement at fold).
¶ESTC R9776; Wing H 1293. De Hay complains of the tyrannical administration suffered by his nation, and in particular bemoans the persecution of Protestants. But the signs are the worm may turn.