A Discourse: Wherein is Examined, what is Particularly Lawfull During the Confusions and Revolutions of Government: Or, How Farre a Man May Lawfully Conforme to the Powers and Commands of Those who with Various Successes Hold Kingdomes Divided by Civill Or Forreigne Warres ... Likewise, Whether the Nature of Warre be Inconsistent with the Nature of the Christian Religion
Humphrey Moseley, and are to be sold at his shop, 1648 - Government, Resistance to - 143 pages
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