Jus populi, or A discourse wherein clear satisfaction is given, as well concerning the right of subjects, as the right of princes :
shewing how both are consistent, and where they border one upon the other : as also, what there is divine, and what there is humane in both: and whether is of more value and extent.
|Main Author:||Parker, Henry, 1604-1652.|
|Related Names:||Bostock, Robert -1656.|
London : R. Bostock, 1644.
Early works to 1800.
Prerogative, Royal > Prerogative, Royal / Early works to 1800.
Great Britain > Great Britain / Politics and government > Great Britain / Politics and government / 1642-1649.
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