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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Political science -- Early works to 1800,
  • Witchcraft

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Sir Robert Filmer
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1383:28
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination460 p. in various pagings
Number of Pages460
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16880739M

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THE Free-holders GRAND INQUEST Touching Our Sovereign Lord the King, and His Parliament. EVery Free-holder that hath a Voice in the Election of Knights, Citizens, or Burges∣ses for the Parliament, ought to know with what Power he trusts those whom he chooseth, because such Trust is the Foundation of the Power of the House of Commons. The free-holders grand inquest, touching our sovereign lord the King and His parliament. To which are added Observations upon forms of government. Together with directions for obedience to governours in dangerous and doubtful times. As for the English constitution, he asserted in his Freeholders Grand Inquest touching our Sovereign Lord the King and his Parliament () that the Lords give counsel only to the king, that the Commons are to perform and consent only to the ordinances of Parliament, and that the king alone is the maker of laws, which derive their power purely. THE Free-holders GRAND INQUEST Touching Our Sovereign Lord the King, and His Parliament. section. Of Privilege of Parliaments. THE POWER OF KINGS: And in Particular, Of the KING of ENGLAND. AN ADVERTISEMENT TO THE JURY-MEN of ENGLAND, TOUCHING WITCHES. concerning this Book and his other Political Dis∣courses. THE .

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The free-holders grand inquest touching our Sovereign Lord the King and his Parliament: to which are added observations upon forms of government together with directions for obedience to governours in dangerous and doubtful times / by: Filmer, Robert, Sir, d. Published: (). The Free-Holders Grand Inquest, Touching Our Sovereign Lord the King and His Parliament to Which Are Added Observations Upon Forms of Government () avg rating — 0 ratings Want to Read saving /5. The Free-holders Grand Inquest, Touching our Sovereign Lord the King And His Parliament. The Anarchy of a Limited or Mixed Monarchy. The Necessity of the Absolute Power of all Kings. Observations concerning the Originall of Government. Patriarcha: or the Natural Power of Kings. MARTIN FOTHERBY. The Free-Holders Grand Inquest Touching Our Sovereaigne Lord the king and His Parliament and The Anarchy of a Limited or Mixed Monarchy. Para doxically, Filmer's detestation of any form of mixed government led him, during the Interregnum, to embrace a stance very close to that of the so-called de facto theorists.