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Dilucidating 7he Dilucidator. published epistolary commentary and the 'Glorious Revolution'

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A little-known but archetypal serial, produced in the first months of I689, offers a splendid example of new pro-Williamite propaganda aimed at Englishmen. Linked to a number of prominent politicians, writers, and printers, The Dilucidator's anonymous creator hoped to develop his own ideal clientele; following those links leads into the close-knit world of Anglo-Dutch publishing. Purporting to be part of the correspondence between a gentleman in Amsterdam and his friend in London, The Dilucidator instructed its audience about foreign affairs, itemized the sins of James II and his patron, Louis XIV, and reviewed books supportive of the 'Glorious Revolution'.


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