|Title:||The fanatick in his colours, or, The rise, heighth, and fall of faction and rebellion, from 1648 unto 1661 with an appendix concerning allegiance, government and order / by T.F.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The fanatick in his colours, or, The rise, heighth, and fall of faction and rebellion, from 1648 unto 1661 with an appendix concerning allegiance, government and order / by T.F.
London: Printed for H. Marsh ..., 1661.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Charles -- I, -- King of England, -- 1600-1649.
Divine right of kings.
The Death of CHARLES the first, a Horrid-murder, and greatest of any except the Son of GOD.
CHAP. I. That civil Government is necessary, it is better not to be, then to be with∣out it.
CHAP. II. That King is a name not onely of dig∣nity but of office, and that trouble∣some.
CHAP. III. The Duty of Kings de∣duced from their seve∣rall names, and how they are called Gods, By
CHAP. IV. Severall objections of Fanatique per∣sons answered, lovers of confusion, not order.
CHAP. V. The Duty of Sub∣jects, and how it consists in
CHAP. VI That a King may not be resisted upon any pretence whatsoever, against Papists, and Scismatiques, old and new Enemies.
CHAP VII. That God hath declared his dislike of the sin of Rebellion by Remarka∣ble Judgements.