Bibliotheca politica, or, A discourse by way of dialogue whether monarchy be jure divino
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Published by Printed for Richard Baldwin in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Divine right of kings.,
  • Prerogative, Royal.,
  • Monarchy.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesDiscourse by way of dialogue whether monarchy be jure divino, Discourse by way of dialogue whether monarchy be jure divino.
Statementcollected out of the most approved authors both antient and modern.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1344:22.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[7], 64 p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16714883M

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Bibliotheca politica; or, A discourse by way of dialogue whether monarchy be jure divino. [James Tyrrell] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Discourse by way of dialogue whether monarchy be jure divino. Mar 31,  · Author of Bibliotheca politica, The general history of England, both ecclesiastical and civil, A brief disquisition of the law of nature, The general history of England, as well ecclesiastical as civil, The general history of England, Bibliotheca politica, or, A discourse by way of dialogue whether monarchy be jure divino, Bibliotheca politica: or An enquiry into the ancient constitution of. Nov 17,  · This volume, Bibliotheca Politica (full title: Bibliotheca politica; or, A discourse by way of dialogue, whether monarchy be jure divino: collected out of the most approved authors, both ancient and modern. Dialogue the first.), is from the late seventeenth. Bibliotheca politica; or, A discourse by way of dialogue whether monarchy be jure divino / by: Tyrrell, James, Published: () A treatise on government; shewing, that the right of the Kings of Scotland to the Crown was not strictly and absolutely hereditary.

Bibliotheca politica: or a discourse by way of dialogue, whether monarchy de jure divino: collected out of the most approved authors, both antient and modern. Dialogue the first. London, printed for Richard Baldwin [2], 64 p. 4 o. Two treatises cited on p. The thirteen dialogues were reissued as a collection in Apr 22,  · This volume, Bibliotheca Politica (full title: Bibliotheca politica; or, A discourse by way of dialogue, whether monarchy be jure divino: collected out of the most approved authors, both ancient and modern. Dialogue the first.), is from the late seventeenth. Bibliotheca politica, or, A discourse by way of dialogue whether monarchy be jure divino / by: Tyrrell, James, Published: () Lancaster Ave., Villanova, PA Contact. Bibliotheca politica: or, a discourse by way of dialogue, shewing, that the arraigning and murther of King Charles I. can not be justified by the Convention-Parliament against King James II [James Tyrrell] on grupo-operativo-gei-porcino.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by Author: James Tyrrell.

Bibliotheca politica: OR AN ENQUIRY INTO THE Antient Constitution OF THE ENGLISH GOVERNMENT, With Respect to the just Extent of the Regal Power, and the Rights and Liberties of the Subject. Wherein all the Chief Arguments both for and against the LATE REVOLUTION, are Impartially Represented and Consider'd. In Fourteen DIALOGUES. In April of , a article from the Harvard Crimson about the practice of Anthropodermic Bibliopegy, binding books in human skin, went viral. Shortly after this article made its rounds, the Harvard Law School Library posted a brief article, that testing had confirmed one of the books in the Crimson article had been bound. Mar 01,  · Puritans used the allegation that the Royal Supremacy was incompatible with jure divino episcopacy not only to tar the bishops with the brush of sedition, but also to exculpate themselves from the charge that in attacking the bishops they were indirectly attacking the king: e.g. Burton, Henry, For God, and the Kinge, , 72 –grupo-operativo-gei-porcino.com by: This banner text can have markup.. Home; web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.