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Author: Harby, Thomas.
Title: The nations claim of native right. Wherein the gross and extreme defection and injustice of the court martial, and of all courts; the destructive abuse of the law, and pressing necessity, that the nation speedily unite (as one man) for an agreement in righteousness, is by particular example, and an appeal to the general councel of the army, and by several considerations cleerly demonstrated and proved. Secondly, the nullity of order, matter, and form of a free people is asserted, and proved by scripture: and how (to persons, families, people, and churches) right order, matter, and form may be attained. Thirdly, a brief pourtraict of a right government of the nation, and agreement of the people; and how such government and agreement may be with ease attained; a new representative freely elected: the laws rectified: the poor relieved: and the peoples, and armies, and every particular persons just interests (in peace with truth) satisfied, is proposed to the nation. By Thom. Harbye, late Quarter-master in the Regiment lately under command of Maj. Gen. Skippon.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The nations claim of native right. Wherein the gross and extreme defection and injustice of the court martial, and of all courts; the destructive abuse of the law, and pressing necessity, that the nation speedily unite (as one man) for an agreement in righteousness, is by particular example, and an appeal to the general councel of the army, and by several considerations cleerly demonstrated and proved. Secondly, the nullity of order, matter, and form of a free people is asserted, and proved by scripture: and how (to persons, families, people, and churches) right order, matter, and form may be attained. Thirdly, a brief pourtraict of a right government of the nation, and agreement of the people; and how such government and agreement may be with ease attained; a new representative freely elected: the laws rectified: the poor relieved: and the peoples, and armies, and every particular persons just interests (in peace with truth) satisfied, is proposed to the nation. By Thom. Harbye, late Quarter-master in the Regiment lately under command of Maj. Gen. Skippon.
Harby, Thomas.

London: [s.n.], printed in the yeer MDCL. [1650]
Notes:
With a final errata leaf.
"as one man", "to persons .. churches", and "in peace with truth" are enclosed in square brackets on title page.
Reproduction of the original in the Congregational Library, London.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History -- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A45518.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
The Complaint of Thomas Harby Quartermaster of the Regiment lately under the Command of Major Ge∣nerall Skippon, against Richard Ashfield Lieutenant Col. of the same Regiment.
Charge I.
Charge II.
Charge III.
Charge IV.
Charge V.
To his Excellence, the Lord General FAIRFAX, and the General Councel, The humble acknowledgement and Appeal of THOMAS HARRY Quattermaster in the Regiment lately under Command of Major Gen. SKIPPON.
To all the Cordial Friends of the Armies and Peoples Rights and Liberties: The sincere Lovers of Truth and Peace.
ERRATA.