Catalog Record: Vox populi, vox Dei, being true maxims of government : proving, I. That all kings, governours, and forms of government proceed from the people ... to which no answer will be made, or dare be made, or can be made, without treason, not to be behind Mr. Lesley, or any Jacobite in assurance | HathiTrust Digital Library

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Vox populi, vox Dei, being true maxims of government :
proving, I. That all kings, governours, and forms of government proceed from the people ... to which no answer will be made, or dare be made, or can be made, without treason, not to be behind Mr. Lesley, or any Jacobite in assurance

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Related Names: Harrison, T. active 1683-1711, Burnet, Gilbert 1643-1715, Dunton, John 1659-1733, Defoe, Daniel 1661?-1731, Somers, John Somers Baron 1651-1716
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for the author, and are to be sold by T. Harrison ..., 1709
Subjects: Government, Resistance to
Political science > Political science / Early works to 1800
Constitutional history > Constitutional history / Great Britain
Great Britain > Great Britain / Politics and government > Great Britain / Politics and government / 18th century
Great Britain > Great Britain / History > Great Britain / History / Stuarts, 1603-1714
Note: Published anonymously. Attributed to Lord Somers, Defoe, John Dunton, G. Burnet, and T. Harrison. Cf. Halkett & Laing (2nd ed.), III, 306. Cf. also Kenyon, J.P. Revolution Principles, p. 209-210
Later editions enlarged and published under the title: The judgment of whole kingdoms and nations
Physical Description: 40 pages ; 19 cm
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