(1690). The Fate of France: A discourse, wherein after having answered the groundless exceptions that are made against the lawful conduct of the English, in securing themselves from popish tyranny, &c., it is shewed that by the happy revolution in England, all the designs of the French king for the universal monarchy are disappointed, and the rational grounds to believe his downfal near : in three dialogues betwixt Father Petre, Father La Chaize, and two Protestant gentlemen. London: Printed for Rich. Baldwin ....MLA Citation
The Fate of France: A Discourse, Wherein After Having Answered the Groundless Exceptions That Are Made against the Lawful Conduct of the English, in Securing Themselves From Popish Tyranny, &c., It Is Shewed That By the Happy Revolution in England, All the Designs of the French King for the Universal Monarchy Are Disappointed, and the Rational Grounds to Believe His Downfal Near : In Three Dialogues Betwixt Father Petre, Father La Chaize, and Two Protestant Gentlemen. London: Printed for Rich. Baldwin ..., 1690.