|Author:||Heydon, John, b. 1629.|
|Title:||The idea of the lavv charactered from Moses to King Charles.: Whereunto is added the idea of government and tyranny. / By John Herdon Gent. Philonomos.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The idea of the lavv charactered from Moses to King Charles.: Whereunto is added the idea of government and tyranny. / By John Herdon Gent. Philonomos.
Heydon, John, b. 1629.
London: Printed for the author, and are to be sold in St. Dunstans-church-yard in Fleet-street, 1660.
Law -- Great Britain
To the Right Worshipfull, RALPH GARDENER Esquire, Justice of the Peace, and Counsellor of Estate to the supreme Authority of Eng∣land; John Heydon wisheth External, In∣ternal and Eternal Happiness.
To the Truly Noble by all Titles, WILLIAM WILD Esquire; Sarjeant of Law, Recorder of London, and one of the Members of Parliament; All Happiness be wished.
The Preface to the Reader.
In Honorem viri verè eruditi Domi∣ni Johannis Heydon generosi in o∣peram suam elaboratissimam, Legis Ideam.
To the truly Ingenious, his highly deserving Friend John Heydon, On his Learned Work, Entituled The IDEA of the LAW.
In Johannis Heydoni viri doctissimi I∣deam Legis.
THE IDEA OF THE LAW.
To the Reader.
On the Idea of the Law, retrived by his Ingenious Friend Mr. Jo. Heydon.
A Monsieur Monsieur Jean Heydon∣sur son admirable Idee des toh emcien∣nes et modernes.
Al molto Illustre amico mio honoratissimo Il Sigr. Giovanni Heydon soprá l'opera sua accuratissima l' Idea delle Leggi.
THE IDEA OF GOVERNMENT.
THE IDEA OF TYRANNY. OR Englands mysterious Refor∣mation from the beginning of the Wars to this time unrid∣led: to the dis-abuse of this long deluded Nation.
Casual REFLECTIONS Relating To the Antecedent Dis∣course of the Idea of Tyranny upon preten∣ded Crimes.
Books publisht by John Heydon, Gent.
In the Paragraphs of the Idea of the Law.
In the Idea of Government in the Epistle to the Reader.
In the Proemium.
In the Idea of the Government.
In the Title, r. Government.