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Author: Lawrence, William, 1613 or 14-1681 or 2.
Title: The right of primogeniture, in succession to the kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland as declared by the statutes of 24 E.3 cap 2. De Proditionibus, King of England, and of Kenneth the third, and Malcolm Mackenneth the second, Kings of Scotland : as likewise of 10 H.7 made by a Parliament of Ireland : with all objections answered, and clear probation made : that to compass or imagine the death, exile, or disinheriting of the King's eldest son, is high treason : to which is added, an answer to all objections against declaring him a Protestant successor, with reasons shewing the fatal dangers of neglecting the same.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The right of primogeniture, in succession to the kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland as declared by the statutes of 24 E.3 cap 2. De Proditionibus, King of England, and of Kenneth the third, and Malcolm Mackenneth the second, Kings of Scotland : as likewise of 10 H.7 made by a Parliament of Ireland : with all objections answered, and clear probation made : that to compass or imagine the death, exile, or disinheriting of the King's eldest son, is high treason : to which is added, an answer to all objections against declaring him a Protestant successor, with reasons shewing the fatal dangers of neglecting the same.
Lawrence, William, 1613 or 14-1681 or 2.

London: [s.n.], 1681.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Kenneth -- III, -- King of Scotland, -- d. 1005?
Malcolm -- II, -- King of Scotland, -- ca. 953-1034.
Primogeniture -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Kings and rulers -- Succession.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A49781.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE.
THE CONTENTS OF The Third BOOK.
book
LIB. III. CHAP. I.
Objections chiefly by Buchanan against these Statutes, and the Policy of them, making Kingdoms Hereditary to the Eldest Sons, Answered.
Objections against the Reviver.
Objections first against the not being of the Kings Eldest Son within these Statutes, answered.
objection and answer 1
objection and answer 2
objection and answer 3
objection and answer 4
objection and answer 5
Of certain differences between a Wife of the Bishop's making, and Wife of God's making; which make the first neither within the Law of God, nor the Statute.
objection and answer 6
objection and answer 7
objection and answer 8
objection and answer 9
objection and answer 10
LIB. III. CHAP. II.
objection and answer 1
objection and answer 2
objection and answer 3
objection and answer 4
objection and answer 5
objection and answer 6
Reasons for Declaring a Protestant Successor, by the King and Parliament.
reason 1
reason 2
reason 3
reason 4
reason 5
reason 6
reason 7
reason 8
reason 9
Further Examples of the Perfidiousness of Papist Princes to Papist Subjects.
Of Destruction inevitable to Protestants, if the As∣suming the Crown by a Papist Successor Male, is not prevented by the King and Parliament, by declaring a Protestant Successor.
reason 10
reason 11
reason 12
reason 13
reason 14
reason 15
reason 16
Errata's in Verse.
Errata's in Prose.