Animadversions on a Late Factious Book Entitled Essays Upon: I. The Ballance of Power: II. The Right of Making War, Peace, and Alliances, III. Universal Monarchy. With a Letter Containing a Censure Upon the Said Book, Wherein the King, the Ministry, and the Church of England are Clear'd from the Malicious Aspersions Cast Upon Them, by the Enemies of this Government
J. Nutt, 1701 - Political science - 80 pages
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