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Author: Spry, Robert.
Title: Councel of states-policy: or the rule of government, set forth. Shewing the nature of our presen [sic] government. In a dialogue between a country man and a scholler; as also the various regiments of nations, kingdomes, and Common-weales, and a lively description of the said governments, with the grounds of their rise, continuance, and fall. viz. Monarchicall. Aristocraticall. Oligarchicall. Democraticall, &c. Whereunto is added the new engagement, to be taken throughout the Common-wealth, as touching t[h]e lawfullnes of it. / By Robert Spry, of Plymouth Gent.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Councel of states-policy: or the rule of government, set forth. Shewing the nature of our presen [sic] government. In a dialogue between a country man and a scholler; as also the various regiments of nations, kingdomes, and Common-weales, and a lively description of the said governments, with the grounds of their rise, continuance, and fall. viz. Monarchicall. Aristocraticall. Oligarchicall. Democraticall, &c. Whereunto is added the new engagement, to be taken throughout the Common-wealth, as touching t[h]e lawfullnes of it. / By Robert Spry, of Plymouth Gent.
Spry, Robert.

London: Printed for Iohn Hancock, at the first shop in Popes head Ally, next to Corn-hill, 1650.
Subject terms:
Political science
Great Britain -- Politics and government
Great Britain -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93718.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Iuditious, Critick and Honest Reader.
State-Policy.
ALIMENTA.
ARTIFICIA.
ARMA.
SACRA.
JVDICIA.
maxims
CONCIONES.
EXERCITIA of body.
An Act declaring and Constiu∣ting the People of England to be a Common-wealth and Free-State.
Die Sabbathi, 19. Maii, 1649.
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