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Author: Paterson, Ninian, d. 1688.
Title: A poem on the test dedicated to His Royal Highnes the Duke of Albanie.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A poem on the test dedicated to His Royal Highnes the Duke of Albanie.
Paterson, Ninian, d. 1688.

Edinburgh,: Printed [s.n.], in the year, Anno MDC. LXXXIII. [1683]
Subject terms:
James -- II, -- King of England, 1633-1701 -- Poetry.
Prerogative, Royal -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B04938.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNES The Duke of ALBANIE.
THE TEST. A Poem presented to His Royal Highness: wherein is conclusively asserted the Kings Prerogative Royal, and Jurisdiction in Maters Ecclesiastical, with the unlawful∣ness of resistance.
ANNOTATIONS On the preceeding POEM.
CAP. I. Of the name and nature of the Test, and the ele∣gant allusions made thereto, in the Scrip∣tures and other Authors.
CAP. II. Of Janus and his Temple.
SECTION II.
And every one Sang Jo to thy praise.
Care of Religion is the glorious gemm, Lin. 7.
Who adheres to Baal lin. 16. 2 Kings 10:18, — 29. Constantius Syr. &c. lin. 17.
Sisibut, lin. 19. Isidor. lib. 5. Etym. & Hispan. annall. Anno 1616. French Dagobert, lin. 20. Paulus Aemilius in Dagobert. An Appendix concerning Baal.
SECTION III. Lin. 1.
SECTION IV. Lin. 9.
CAP. III. Shewing that the King hes power of the conscience of the subject, and in what sence the same may safely be maintain'd.
CHAP. IV. What is the meaning of the Mishpat Hameleck amongst the Iews, the jus Re∣gium: or the nature of the Prerogative Royall.
An Appendix concerning the Kings Treasure, as a consequent of his Prerogative.
Appendix 2. Concerning a peculiar Prerogative.
CHAP. VI. Concerning Melchisedeck who he was.