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Author: Warwick, Philip, Sir, 1609-1683.
Title: A discourse of government as examined by reason, Scripture, and law of the land, or, True weights and measures between soveraignty and liberty written in the year 1678 by Sir Philip Warwick.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A discourse of government as examined by reason, Scripture, and law of the land, or, True weights and measures between soveraignty and liberty written in the year 1678 by Sir Philip Warwick.
Warwick, Philip, Sir, 1609-1683.

London: Printed for Samuel Lowndes, 1694.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Political science -- Early works to 1700.
Monarchy.
Great Britain -- Politics and government.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A67700.0001.001

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THE Publisher TO THE READER.
The Reader is desired to correct the following errata, which have escaped the diligence of the Corrector.
OF Government; As examined by Reason, Scripture, AND Law of the Land.
The same things examined by Scrip∣ture or Gods word, and as ex∣pounded by our own Church.
Government examined by the Law of the Land.
Wise States encourage not Book∣men in great numbers: for they oftner, both Divines and Lawyers, especially Atturneys, rather raise quarrels, than either prevent or compose them. Li∣teras, says an Historian, ad usus saltem discebant, &c. reliqua omnis disciplina erat, ut pulchre parerent, ut labores perferrent, ut in pugna vincerent.