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Author: Gentleman that wishes all happinesse and peace to this distracted kingdome.
Title: A collection of the rights and priviledges of Parliament.: Together, with the true and just prerogatives of the kings of England. Collected out of ancient writers, both divine and morrall. Informing the willing man, convincing the flatterer, and vindicating those that pray for the tranquillitie of this our Syon. / Written by a Gentleman that wishes all happinesse and peace, to this distracted kingdome.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A collection of the rights and priviledges of Parliament.: Together, with the true and just prerogatives of the kings of England. Collected out of ancient writers, both divine and morrall. Informing the willing man, convincing the flatterer, and vindicating those that pray for the tranquillitie of this our Syon. / Written by a Gentleman that wishes all happinesse and peace, to this distracted kingdome.
Gentleman that wishes all happinesse and peace to this distracted kingdome.

London: Printed for Laurence Chapman, and are to be sold at his shop, at Chancerie-lane end, neare Holborne, 1642.
Subject terms:
Prerogative, Royal -- England
England and Wales. -- Parliament -- Privileges and immunities -- Early works to 1800.
England and Wales. -- Parliament -- Rules and practice -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A80120.0001.001

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Some few briefe Cellections out of Iewels defence against Harding the Iesuite, the booke of Martyrs by Fox, Calvins Inst and others, published by the autho∣rity of this kingdome, which may somewhat informe the willing man, convince the flatterer, and vindicate those who desire, only that Caesar may have his due, that Meum & tuum may be duly distributed, our enemies frustrated, we settled in peace, and God glorified.