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Author: Norwood, Robert, Captain.
Title: A pathway unto England's perfect settlement; and its centre and foundation of rest and peace,: discovered by Capt. Robert Norwood. In this discourse you have cleared and proved, I. What government in its true and proper nature is; and the common errour thereof rectified. ... VI. That the laws, ordinances, &c. of our forefathers, are the onely rulers and governours of the English nation; ... VII. That neither parliaments, or any other, have any right, power, or authority to change, alter, suppress, or suspend the same; ... And in the conclusion, the nature of contracts, and the governments thereupon, made manifest and cleared.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A pathway unto England's perfect settlement; and its centre and foundation of rest and peace,: discovered by Capt. Robert Norwood. In this discourse you have cleared and proved, I. What government in its true and proper nature is; and the common errour thereof rectified. ... VI. That the laws, ordinances, &c. of our forefathers, are the onely rulers and governours of the English nation; ... VII. That neither parliaments, or any other, have any right, power, or authority to change, alter, suppress, or suspend the same; ... And in the conclusion, the nature of contracts, and the governments thereupon, made manifest and cleared.
Norwood, Robert, Captain.

London: Printed for Rich. Moone, at the Seven Stars in Paul's Church-yard, neer the great north-door, 1653.
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Constitutional history -- Great Britain
Great Britain -- Politics and government
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89759.0001.001

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To his Excellence The Lord General Cromwel.
ENGLAND'S Return, &c.
Errata.