|Author:||Atwood, William, d. 1705?|
|Title:||The fundamental constitution of the English government proving King William and Queen Mary our lawful and rightful king and queen : in two parts : in the first is shewn the original contract with its legal consequences allowed of in former ages : in the second, all the pretences to a conquest of this nation by Will. I are fully examin'd and refuted : with a large account of the antiquity of the English laws, tenures, honours, and courts for legislature and justice : and an explanation of material entries in Dooms-day-book / by W.A.|
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The fundamental constitution of the English government proving King William and Queen Mary our lawful and rightful king and queen : in two parts : in the first is shewn the original contract with its legal consequences allowed of in former ages : in the second, all the pretences to a conquest of this nation by Will. I are fully examin'd and refuted : with a large account of the antiquity of the English laws, tenures, honours, and courts for legislature and justice : and an explanation of material entries in Dooms-day-book / by W.A.
Atwood, William, d. 1705?, Atwood, William, d. 1705?.
London: Printed by J.D. for the author, 1690.
"Epistle dedicatory" signed: W. Atwood.
Includes appendix: Sir Robert Filmer and some of our divines plaid against one another in relation to ecclesiastical and civil power and Sir Robert against himself.
Includes "Allegations in behalf of ... the Lady Mary now Queen of Scots ... written in the time of Queen Elizabeth" and "Reflections on Bishop Overall's convocation-book, M.DC.VI, concerning the government of God's catholick church and of the kingdoms of the whole world," each with special t.p. and separate pagination.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Filmer, Robert, -- Sir, -- d. 1653.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1689-1702.
Great Britain -- History -- William and Mary, 1689-1702.
To the Right Honble AUBREY DE VERE, Earl of Oxford, Baron of Bolebec, Sandford and Badlesnere; Lieutenant General of their Ma∣jesties Forces; Colonel of the Royal Regi∣ment of Horse-Guards; Lord Lieutenant for their Majesties in the County of Essex; Knight of the most honourable Order of the Garter; and one of His Majesty's most honourable Privy-Council.
THE Fundamental Constitution OF THE English Government, PROVING KING WILLIAM and QUEEN MARY our Lawful and Rightful King and Queen.
CHAP. VIII. The Third Head of Positive Law.
CHAP. IX. The Fourth Head of Positive Law.
CHAP. X. The Fifth Head of Positive Law.
APPENDIX. N. I. Vid. sup. CAP. I. F. 4.
Sir Robert Filmer, and some of our Divines, plaid against one another, in relation to Ecclesiastical and Civil Power, and Sir Robert against Himself.
The PROVISIONS at Oxford.
42 Hen. 3.
Provisio facta apud Oxoniam.
Electi ex parte Domini Regis.
Electi ex parte Comitum & Baronum.
Ceo jura le Commun de Angletere à Oxenford.
Ceo est le serment à vint è quatre.
Ceo jure le Chanceler de Englettere.
Ceo sunt ceus ke sunt jurez del conseil le Rei.
Ces sunt les vint & quatre ke sunt mis per le Commun à treter de aide le Rei.
Del estat de seint Eglise.
De la haute Justice.
Del Tresorer, è de le Eschecker.
Del poer la Justice, & de Bailives.
Del Eschange de Lundres.
De Hospitio Regis & Reginae.
Des Parlementz quanz serrunt tenuz per an, & coment.
Ces sunt les nuns des Cheveteins Chasteans le Rei, & de ceus ke les unt en garde.
N. III. Vid. CAP. 6. F. 56.
N. IV. Vid. CAP. 7. F. 65.
N. V. Vid. CAP. 7. F. 66.
N. VI. Vid. sup. CAP. 7. F. 69.
N. VII. Vid. CAP. 7. F. 70.
N. VIII. Vid. CAP. 7. F. 72.
N. IX. Vid. CAP. 9. F. 93.
N. X. Vid. CAP. F. 103.
The Present CONVENTION a Parliament.
N. XI. Vid. CAP. 10. F. 111.
THE PUBLISHER TO THE READER.
THE AUTHOR TO THE READER.
Reflections on Bishop Overall's Convocation-Book, 1606. &c.