|Author:||Sheringham, Robert, 1602-1678.|
|Title:||The Kings supremacy asserted. Or A remonstrance of the Kings right against the pretended Parliament. By Robert Sheringham M.A. and Fellow of Gunvill, and Caius-Colledge in Cambridge:|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The Kings supremacy asserted. Or A remonstrance of the Kings right against the pretended Parliament. By Robert Sheringham M.A. and Fellow of Gunvill, and Caius-Colledge in Cambridge:
Sheringham, Robert, 1602-1678.
[London]: Printed formerly in Holland, and now reprinted by W. Godbid and are to be sold by Richard Skelton, and Richard Head, at [, 1660]
Monarchy -- Great Britain
Great Britain -- History
Great Britain -- Politics and government
TO HIS MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTIE CHARLES II.
THE FIRST QUESTION.
The KINGS Supremacy asserted.
CHAP. I. The state of the Question explained.
CHAP. II. The Kings Supremacy in general shewed by the Statutes of the land.
CHAP. III. The Kings supremacy in particular shewed by the Statutes of the Land.
CHAP. IV. The Kings Supremacy in general shewed by the Common Law.
CHAP. V. The Kings Supremacy in particular shewed by the Common Law.
CHAP. VI. The Kings Supremacy both in general and particular shewed by reasons depending up∣on the laws and customes of the Land.
CHAP. VII. Divers Objections made by the pretended House answered: The Kings Supremacy shewed to be in His Person, not in His Courts.
CHAP. VIII. Divers general objections made by the Author of the Treatise of Monarchy touching the limitation and mixture of the English Monarchy, and coordination of the two Houses, answered. The Nature of Ab∣solute, Limited, and Mixed Government, Explained.
CHAP. IX. Divers generall objections taken from the testi∣mony of his Majesty, Bracton, and Fortescue, together with the Precedents of Edward the Second, and Richard the Second, answered.
CHAP. X. Objections made against the KINGS supre∣macy in Particular, by Mr. Bridge, the re∣verend Divines, and Others, answered.