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Author: Lawson, George, d. 1678.
Title: An examination of the political part of Mr. Hobbs his Leviathan.: By George Lawson, rector of More in the county of Salop.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An examination of the political part of Mr. Hobbs his Leviathan.: By George Lawson, rector of More in the county of Salop.
Lawson, George, d. 1678.

London: Printed by R. White, for Francis Tyton at the three Daggers in Fleet-street, near the Inner-Temple Gate, anno Dom. 1657.
Subject terms:
Hobbes, Thomas, -- 1588-1679. -- Leviathan
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88829.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Epistle to the Reader.
introduction
CAP. I. Of Mr. Hobbs his Leviathan, concerning the Causes, Generation, and Definition of a Common-wealth.
CAP. II. Of the Second Part, and the Eighteenth of the Book: Of the Rights of Soveraigns by Institution.
CAP. III. Of the Second part, and the Nineteenth of the Book, of the several kinds of Common-wealths by institu∣tion, and of succession to the Soveraign power.
CAP. IV. Of the Second Part, the twentieth of the Book, of Pae∣ternal and Despotical Dominion.
CAP. V. Of the Second Part, the one and twentieth of the Book, Of the liberty of subjects.
CAP. VI. Of the Second Part, and the two and twentieth of the Book: Of Systems subject, Political and Private.
CAP. VII. Of the Second Part. Of the Book 23. Of the publick Ministers of the Soveraign power.
CAP. VIII. Of the Second Part, the Twenty fourth of the Book; Of nutrition and procreation of a Common-wealth.
CAP. IX. Of the Second Part. The 25. of the Book Of Coun∣sel.
CAP. X. Of the Second Part. The 26. of the Book. Of civii Laws.
CAP. XI. Of the Second Part. The 27. of the Book. Of crimes▪ excuses, and extenuation.
CAP. XII. Of the Second Part. The 28. of the Book. Concern∣ing punishments and rewards.
CAP. XIII. Of the Second Part. And the twenty ninth of the Book. Of those things which weaken, and tend to the dissolution of a Common-wealth.
CAP. XIV. Of the 2. part, the 30. of the book Of the Office of the Soveraign Representative.
CAP. XV. Of the 2. part, the 31. of the Book, Of the Kingdom of God by nature.
Of a Christian Common-wealth. CAP. I. Of the third part, the 32. of the Book. Of the Princi∣ples of Christian Politicks.
CAP 2. Of the third part, the 33. of the Book, of the Num∣ber, Antiquity, Scope, Authority, and Interpreters of the holy Scripture.
CAP. III. Of the third Part; And 34. of the Book. Of the sig∣nification of Spirit, Angel, Inspiration, in the Book of holy Scriptures.
CAP. IV. Of the third Part. The 35. of the Book, Of the sig∣nification in Scripture of the Kingdom of God, of Holy, Sacred, Sacrament.
CAP. V. Of the third part; the 36. of the Book. Of the word of God and of Prophets.
CAP. VI. Of the third part. The 37. of the Book. Of Mi∣racles.
CAP. VII. Of the third Part. And the 38. of the Book. Con∣cerning eternal life, hell, salvation, the world to come, and redemption.
CAP. VIII. Of the third Part; And the 39. of the Book. Of the significations of the word Church in Scri∣pture.
CAP. IX. Of the third Part. The 40. of the Book. Of the rights of the Kingdom of God in Abraham, Moses, the high Priests, and the Kings of Ju∣dah.
CAP. X. Of the third part; the 41 of his Book Of the office of our blessed Saviour.
CAP XI. Of the third Part, the 42. of the Book Of Ecclesi∣astical Power.
CAP. XII. Of the third Part. And the 43. of the Book. Of what is necessary for a mans reception into the Kingdom of heaven.