Nil dictum quod non dictum prius or A transcript of government, considered as it is in the state of nature or religion : that no temporal magistrate is at this day constituted jure divino by president or precept in the Old or New Testament. Further of the government of our own nation and more particularly of parliamentary power. 1. As it is the great councel of the kingdom. 2. As it is the supream court of judicature. 3. As it is the legislative power, and how these powers are enjoyed and executed by all or any part of the states of that great assembly consisting of King, Lords and Commons

by W.D. Esq

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Main Author: W. D. (William Disney)
Format: Book
Published: London : Printed by A.B. for F.T., 1681.
Physical Description:[2], 1, [5], 1-37, [1], 49-196 p. ; 8°.
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General note:Leaf C3v is blank.
SSL report pag. as [2],1,[5],196p. This agrees with the copy on EEBO. [ESTC note]
W. D. = William Disney.
Citation / References note:ESTC, R20788
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), D1672C
Immediate source of acquisition note:
Donation; Henry Puckering.
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