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Title The struggle for sovereignty : seventeenth-century English political tracts / edited and with an introduction by Joyce Lee Malcolm.

Imprint Indianapolis, Ind. : Liberty Fund, 1999.

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 Axe Kansas Collection J Schick  323.50942 St89 1999  v.1    ---  Lib Use Only
 Axe Kansas Collection J Schick  323.50942 St89 1999  v.2    ---  Lib Use Only
Description 2 volumes ; 24 cm
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents v.1. Under God and the law. Preface, the second part of the Reports, London, 1602 / Sir Edward Coke -- Prohibitions del Roy, 5 Jac. I (1607), from the twelfth part of the Reports, London, 1658 / Sir Edward Coke -- Sovereignty in the King alone. A sermon preached before the Kings most excellent maiestie at Woodstocke, Aug. 28, 1614, Oxford, 1614 / William Goodwin -- Religion and alegiance : in two sermons preached before the Kings maiestie : the one on the fourth of Iuly, Anno 1627, at Oatlands, London, 1627 / Roger Maynwaring -- A briefe and moderate answer to the seditious and scandalous challenges of Henry Burton, chapter 2, London, 1637 / Peter Heylyn -- Battle joined 1640-1648. The case of shipmony briefly discoursed, London, 1640 / [Henry Parker] -- The speech or declaration of John Pym, esquire ; after the recapitulation or summing up of the charge of High-treason, against Thomas, Earle of Strafford, London, 1641 / John Pym -- XIX propositions made by both houses of parliament to the kings most excellent majestie : with his majesties answer thereunto, York, 1642 / Charles I -- The resolving of conscience upon this question : whether ... subjects may take arms and resist? Cambridge, 1642 / Henry Ferne -- A fuller answer to a treatise written by Doctor Ferne, London, 1642 / Charles Herle -- Touching the fundamentall lawes, or Politique constitution of this kingdom, the kings negative voice, and the powers of parliaments, London, 1643 / Anon. -- Constitutio liberi populi: or, The rule of a free-born people, London, 1646 / William Ball -- Uncharted waters. Right and might well mett, London, 1649 / John Goodwin -- The peoples right briefly asserted, London, 1649 / Anonymous -- A declaration of the parliament of England, expressing the grounds of their late proceedings and of setling the present government in the way of a free state, London, 1649 -- Law and conscience during the confusions and revolutions of government. The lawfulnes of obeying the present government, London, 1649 / [Francis Rous] -- The grand case of conscience stated, about submission to the new and present power, London, 1649 / Anon. -- Conscience puzzel'd about subscribing the new engagement, London, 1650 / [George Lawson] -- The right, liberty, and safety of the people briefly asserted, London, 1651 / Isaac Penington, Jr. -- The "after game." A plea for limited monarchy, London 1660 / [Sir Roger L'Estrange] -- The readie & easie way to establish a free commonwealth, London, 1660 / J.M. [John Milton] -- v. 2. Of parliament. The Tryal of Sir Henry Vane, Kt., London, 1662 / Sir Henry Vane -- The Earl of Shaftsbury's speech, from "Two speeches," Amsterdam, 1675 / Anthony Ashley Cooper -- Power of the Lords and commons in Parliament, London, 1680 / H.S. [Henry Scobell] -- Two seasonable discourses concerning this present parliament, Oxford, 1675 / [Anthony Ashley Cooper] -- A letter from a person of quality, to his friend in the country, 1675 / [Anthony Ashley Cooper] -- Vox Populi: or The peoples claim to their parliaments sitting, London, 1681 / Anonymous -- Parliament and the succession. The character of a popish successour, London, 1681 / [Elkanah Settle] -- Reasons for his majesties passing the bill of exclusion, London, 1681 / [William Cavendish] -- Captain Thorogood, his opinion of the point of succession, London, 1679-80 / B.T. [Sir Benjamin Thorogood] -- The very copy of a paper delivered to the sheriffs, upon the scaffold, London, 1683 / Algernon Sidney -- The king's inalienable prerogative. The absurdity of that new devised state-principle, London, 1681 / [John Brydall] -- The arraignment of co-ordinate-power, London, 1683 / Anon. -- The king's dispensing power explicated & asserted, 1687 / Anon. -- The clergy's late carriage to the king considered, London, 1688 / Anon. -- Revolution and allegiance. An enquiry into the measures of submission to the supream authority, London, 1688-9 / [Gilbert Burnet] -- Some remarks upon government, London, 1689 / B. and N.T. [John Wildman] -- The case of allegiance in our present circumstances consider'd, London, 1689 / [Samuel Masters] -- A friendly conference concerning the new oath of allegiance to K. William, and Q. Mary, London, 1689 / Anon. -- In the wake of revolution. Obedience and submission to the present government, London, 1690 / [Zachary Taylor] -- Their present majesties government proved to be throughly settled, London, 1691 / [William Sherlock] -- Reasons for a new Bill of Rights, London, 1692 / [Sir Bartholomew Shower].
Subject Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1603-1714.
Political science -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century.
Civil rights -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century.
Politics and government (OCoLC)fst01919741
Civil rights. (OCoLC)fst00862627
Political science. (OCoLC)fst01069781
Great Britain. (OCoLC)fst01204623
Chronological Term 1600-1714
Genre/Form History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Added Author Malcolm, Joyce Lee.
ISBN 0865971870 (set : hardcover)
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0865971862 (v. 2 : hardcover)
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