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Author: Hunton, Philip, 1604?-1682.
Title: A vindication of the Treatise of monarchy,: containing an answer to Dr Fernes reply; also, a more full discovery of three maine points; 1. The ordinance of God in supremacie. 2. The nature and kinds of limitation. 3. The causes and meanes of limitation in governments. Done by the authour of the former treatise.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A vindication of the Treatise of monarchy,: containing an answer to Dr Fernes reply; also, a more full discovery of three maine points; 1. The ordinance of God in supremacie. 2. The nature and kinds of limitation. 3. The causes and meanes of limitation in governments. Done by the authour of the former treatise.
Hunton, Philip, 1604?-1682.

London: Printed by G. M. for Iohn Bellamy, and are to be sould at his shop at the signe of the three Golden-Lyons in Cornehill neare the Royall-Exchange, M. DC. XLIV. [1644]
Subject terms:
Monarchy
Great Britain -- Politics and government
Ferne, H. -- (Henry), -- 1602-1662. -- Conscience satisfied.
Hunton, Philip, -- 1604?-1682. -- Treatise of monarchy.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86918.0001.001

Contents
title page
A VINDICATION OF THE Treatise of Monarchie.
The Contents of the severall Chapters and Sections.
A VINDICATION OF THE Treatise of Monarchie. OR, An Answer to Dr FERNES Reply.
CHAP. I. An Answer to the first Section of his Reply.
CHAP. II. An answer to the second Section concerning Cases of Resistence.
CHAP. III. An Answer to the third Section which concerns severall kinds of Monarchy.
CHAP. IV. Wherein the vanity and falshood of the supposals whereon the Doctor hath built all his discourses is made appeare.
CHAP. V. An Answer to the Sect. 4. concerning the Constitution of this Monarchy.
CHAP. VI. An Answer to his 5. Sect. of Resistance in Relation to severall kinds of Monarchy.
CHAP. VII. An Answer to the 7th Section of his Replie, of places of Scripture out of the old Testament.
CHAP. VIII. The 8. Section concerning Resistance forbidden, Rom. 13. answered.
CHAP. IX. His ninth Section Answered: the Reasons against Resistance satisfied: and those for Resistance vindicated.