|Author:||English, Peter, a friend to freedom.|
|Title:||The survey of policy: or, A free vindication of the Commonwealth of England, against Salmasius, and other royallists. By Peter English, a friend to freedom.:|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The survey of policy: or, A free vindication of the Commonwealth of England, against Salmasius, and other royallists. By Peter English, a friend to freedom.:
English, Peter, a friend to freedom., Pierson, David.
Leith: [s.n.], Printed in the year, 1653. [i.e. 1654]
Great Britain -- Politics and government
Great Britain -- History
Saumaise, Claude, -- 1588-1653
To the Very Honourable, Major General Lambert, and the rest of the Honourable Commissioners, for ordering and managing affairs in Scotland. AS ALSO, To the Right Honourable, Colonel R. Lilburne, Commander in chief of the English Forces in SCOTLAND.
To the READER.
THE CONTENTS Of the whole BOOK.
A SURVEY of POLICY; OR, A Free VANDICATION of the COMMON-VVEALTH of ENGLAND.
SECT. I. Whether or not, is the power of the King absolute?
SUBSECT. 1. Salmasius his Opinion concerning the Power of Inferiour Judges, examined, and refuted.
SUBSECT. 2. The rest of the Arguments, for enforcing the second Assertion, propounded and followed-forth.
SECT. II. Whether or not is Royal Government the choicest of Govern∣ments?
SECT. III. Whether or not is a Common-wealth the best of Governments?
SECT. IV. Whether or not is it lawful to resist the Royal Person, and decline the Royal Authority?
SECT. V. Whether or not doth the Covenant tie us, to preserve Monarchy inviolably.
Errors to be corrected, thus.
APPENDIX. In which the seven Angels sounding, are compared with the seven Angels plaguing, in overturning all Powers and Potentates.