|Author:||Monson, John, Sir, 1600-1683.|
|Title:||A discourse concerning supreme power and common right at first calculated for the year 1641, and now thought fit to be published / by a person of quality.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A discourse concerning supreme power and common right at first calculated for the year 1641, and now thought fit to be published / by a person of quality.
Monson, John, Sir, 1600-1683.
London: Printed for R. Chiswell ..., 1680.
Attributed to Sir John Monson. Cf. NUC pre-1956.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Divine right of kings.
TO THE READER.
A DISCOURSE CONCERNING SUPREME POWER AND COMMON RIGHT.
CHAP. II. What Power Kings have, and how limited.
What that Power is, and how limited.
CHAP. III. That Resistance in the Subject, by force, against his Lawful Magi∣strate, is in no Case Lawful.
CHAP. IV. What Duties Kings owe to their Sub∣jects, with the Excellency of that Government.
CHAP. V. Of the Debt and Allegiance Sub∣jects owe to their Princes.
First, of Obedience.