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Stubbe, Henry (1632-1676)
A justification of the present war against the United Netherlands.
London : Printed for Henry Hills and John Starkey ..., 1672.

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Henry Stubbe was a physician and controversialist. He was one of the most vocal critics of the new philosophy, claiming that it was a Catholic plot. This work provides a justification of the unpopular Third Dutch War (1672-4) in which England was in alliance with Catholic France against the Protestant Dutch. It is a typical example of a controversialist political tract.

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