|Author:||Taylor, Zachary, 1653-1705.|
|Title:||The vindication of a late pamphlet (entituled 0bedience and submission to the present government demonstrated from Bp. Overal's Convocation-book) from the false glosses and illusive interpretations of a pretended answer / by the author of the first pamphlet.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The vindication of a late pamphlet (entituled 0bedience and submission to the present government demonstrated from Bp. Overal's Convocation-book) from the false glosses and illusive interpretations of a pretended answer / by the author of the first pamphlet.
Taylor, Zachary, 1653-1705.
London: Printed for Ric. Baldwin ..., MDCXCI 
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Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Taylor, Zachary, -- 1653-1705. -- Obedience and submission to the present government.
Divine right of kings.
Great Britain -- History -- William and Mary, 1689-1702.
THE VINDICATION OF OBEDIENCE TO THE Present Government, &c.
CHAP. I. Concerning the Imputation cast on those who took the Oaths be∣fore the Publication of the Convocation-Book.
CHAP. II. An Account of the Convocation-Book, and why it wanted the Royal Confirmation.
CHAP. III. Concerning the Four Propositions of Government; Extracted out of the Convocation-Book.
PROP. I. That the Power of Kings was originally Patriarchal, Derived from God, and not from the People, Ca. 2, 6, 13.
PROP. II. That Descent in Hereditary Kingdoms, is the Ordinary way whereby a Right and Title to the Crown is claimable.
PROP. III. That no Violence is to be used to Kings from their own Subjects, for any Irre∣gularities that they commit.
PROP. IV. That having sworn Allegiance to a Prince, we cannot without the dreadful guilt of Perjury, transfer our Allegiance, whilst he continues to have an Authoritative Right and Title to the Crown.
CHAP. IV. Right and Authority, Whether in the Sense of the Convo∣cation, to be always joyn'd as the Foundation of our Allegi∣ance.
The Case of Athaliah.
CHAP. V. Concerning a Prince his transferring a Right.
CHAP. VI. A Reply to some Captious Exceptions of the Answerers.
CHAP. VII. Concerning a Thorough Settlement.
CHAP. VIII. The Close and Summary of the Whole.
A True Copy of a Letter Writ by King James the First, to Dr. Abbot, concerning the Convocation called Anno 1603. 1. Jac. and continued by Adjournments and Prorogations to 1610. Now in the Hands of a Gentleman of the Temple.