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Author: Owen, David, d. 1623.
Title: Anti-Paræus, or, A treatise in the defence of the royall right of kings against Paræus and the rest of the anti-monarchians, whether Presbyterians or Jesuits. Wherein is maintained the unlawfulnesse of opposing and taking up arms against the Prince, either by any private subject, inferiour magistrate, the states of the Kingdom, or the Pope of Rome. Confirm'd from the dictate of nature, the law of nations, the civill and canon law, the sacred scriptures, ancient fathers, and Protestant divines. Delivered formerly in a determination in the divinity schooles in Cambridge, April the 9th. 1619. And afterwards enlarged for the presse by learned Dr. Owen. Now translated and published to confirme men in their loyalty to their king, by R.M. Master in Arts.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Anti-Paræus, or, A treatise in the defence of the royall right of kings against Paræus and the rest of the anti-monarchians, whether Presbyterians or Jesuits. Wherein is maintained the unlawfulnesse of opposing and taking up arms against the Prince, either by any private subject, inferiour magistrate, the states of the Kingdom, or the Pope of Rome. Confirm'd from the dictate of nature, the law of nations, the civill and canon law, the sacred scriptures, ancient fathers, and Protestant divines. Delivered formerly in a determination in the divinity schooles in Cambridge, April the 9th. 1619. And afterwards enlarged for the presse by learned Dr. Owen. Now translated and published to confirme men in their loyalty to their king, by R.M. Master in Arts.
Owen, David, d. 1623., Mossom, Robert, d. 1679.

Printed at York: by Stephen Bulkley, 1642.
Alternate titles: Anti-Paræus. English Anti-Paraeus. Treatise in the defense of the royall right of kings.
Notes:
Epistle dedicatory signed: R. Mossom.
Identified as Wing M2859 on UMI microfilm set "Early English books, 1641-1700".
Reproductions of the original at the British Library.
Subject terms:
Pareus, David, -- 1548-1622. -- Quaestiones controversae theologicae, de jure regum et principum .. adversus Bellarminum.
Divine right of kings -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A70765.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Honourable Sr. THOMAS GLEMHAM KNIGHT, Collonell Generall and Governour of the CITY of YORK,
To the Reader, wishing Loyalty and Peace.
The Preface.
The Authority Ecclesiasticall is deny'd, by the Papists.
By the Disciplinarian
The Power Civill is taken away by the Papist.
By the Disciplinarian.
The Soveraignty is usurped in both, by the Papist.
By the Disciplinarian.
The Contents.
ANTI-PARAEVS. The Position: It is not lawfull to resist the King, violating the Fundamentall Laws of the Kingdome.
The first Proposition.
The second Proposition.
The first Moderating Condition.
The Second Moderating Condition.
The Third Moderating Condition.
The Fourth Moderating Condition.
The first Moderating Condition.
The Sixth Moderating Condition.
The Third Proposition.
The fourth Proposition.
The first Reason of the absolute power of Kings, from the Dictate of Nature.
The second Reason of the immunity of Kings from the Law of Nations.
The third Reason of the Royall Prerogative from the authority of the Civill Law.
The fourth Reason from the Cannon Law.
The fift Reason from sacred Scripture
The sixth Reason from the Authority of the Fathers.
The seventh Reason from the Autho∣rity of Protestants.