|Author:||Saint German, Christopher, 1460?-1540.|
|Title:||A treatyse concerni[n]ge the power of the clergye and the lawes of the realme. Cu[m] priuilegio regali.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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A treatyse concerni[n]ge the power of the clergye and the lawes of the realme. Cu[m] priuilegio regali.
Saint German, Christopher, 1460?-1540.
[Printed at Lo[n]don: By Thomas Godfray, [1535?]]
Anonymous. By Christopher Saint German.
Imprint from colophon; publication date suggested by STC.
Signatures: A-H I4.
Reproduction of the original in the Harvard University. Library.
Clergy -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Church and state -- England -- Early works to 1800.
¶ Auctorities to proue that kīges and princes haue theyr auctoritye imediatly of god. And that honour and obedience ought to be gyuen to them. The fyrst chapiter.
¶ Certayn partyculer auctorityes concernynge Kynges and princes. The seconde chapiter.
¶ Dyuers autorites prouyng that kynges and princes in tyme past haue ordered thynges that some men call spūall. The .iii. cha.
The first question the .iiii. Cha.
¶ An answere to the sayd fyrst question
♣ The .ii. question. the fyth cha.
¶ An answere to the se∣conde question.
♣ The .iii. questyon the syxt cha.
¶ An answere to the .iii. question.
¶ The .iiii. question the .vii. cha.
♣ The answere to the .iiii. questiō.
¶ The .v. questyon. The .viii. cha.
¶ An answere to the .v. questyon.
¶ The .vi. question / The .ix. cha.
¶ An answere to the .vi. question.
¶ The seuenth question. the tenth Chapiter.
¶ The answer to the .vii. questiō.
¶ The .viii. question. The .xi. cha.
¶ An answere to the .viii. questiō.
¶ The .ix. question / The .xii. cha.
¶ An answere to the .ix. questyon.
¶ The tenth question / The xiii. chapiter.
¶ An answere to the .x. questyon.
¶ The .xi. questyō. The .xiiii. cha.
¶ An answere to the .xi. questyon.
¶ The .xii. question / The .xv. cha.
¶ An answere to the .xii. question.
¶ The .xiii. question. the .xvi. cha.
¶ An answere to the artycles con∣tryued in the seyd .xiii. question.
¶ The .xiiii. questiō. the .xvii. cha.
¶ An answere to the .xiiii. questiō.
¶ Of dyuers auctorities and rea∣sons / wherby many haue pretended in time past / yt the clergy shuld haue both powers / yt is to say spūal & tem¦porall / with answeres to the same reasons. The .xviii. chapiter.
♣ The fyrst reason is this.
¶ The seconde reason.
¶ The thirde reason.
The fourth reason.
An answere to this .iiii. reason.
The fyfth reason.
An answer to this .v. reason.
The .vi. reason.
An answere to this .vi. reason.
The seuenth reason.
An answere to this .vii. reason.
The .viii. reason.
An answere to this .viii. reason.
❧ The .ix. reason.
An answere to the .ix. reason.
❧ The tenth reason.
An answer to this tenth reason.
The .xi. reason
An answer to this .xi. reason.
¶ Of abusions and defautes in the clergye / concernynge the lawes of the realme. The .xix. chapiter.
❧ Fautes in printynge.