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Killing no murder. : Proving 'tis lawful and meritorious in the Sight of God and Man, to destroy, by any means, tyrants of all degrees, their Creatures and Dependants ; That should attempt the Subversion of Liberty in a free State, to introduce Slavery, Beggary, &c. Demonstrated from Holy Writ, the Laws of Nature, and the most celebrated Authors, Antient and Modern. By the brave Colonel Titus, alias W. Allen. Illustrated with many Examples of true Patriotism, And contains many Things that deserve a serious Consideration in our present State. Wherein nothing but the Exertion of a general public Spirit can avert our being curs'd with a Train of Evils impending ; And when too late, the Pusillanimous may cry, Good Lord ; who could have thought it? To which are added, the sentiments of an illustrious patriot, deceas'd ; on important Subjects that concern the very Being of the Constitution and Liberties of Britain. Preview this item
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Killing no murder. : Proving 'tis lawful and meritorious in the Sight of God and Man, to destroy, by any means, tyrants of all degrees, their Creatures and Dependants ; That should attempt the Subversion of Liberty in a free State, to introduce Slavery, Beggary, &c. Demonstrated from Holy Writ, the Laws of Nature, and the most celebrated Authors, Antient and Modern. By the brave Colonel Titus, alias W. Allen. Illustrated with many Examples of true Patriotism, And contains many Things that deserve a serious Consideration in our present State. Wherein nothing but the Exertion of a general public Spirit can avert our being curs'd with a Train of Evils impending ; And when too late, the Pusillanimous may cry, Good Lord ; who could have thought it? To which are added, the sentiments of an illustrious patriot, deceas'd ; on important Subjects that concern the very Being of the Constitution and Liberties of Britain.

Author: Silius Titus; Edward Sexby
Publisher: Edinburgh : Printed for J. Ker, and sold at the Highlander, a snuff shop, in Cecil Court, St. Martin's Lane, London, [1749]
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Genre/Form: Early works
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Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Silius Titus; Edward Sexby
OCLC Number: 642279244
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 54 pages)

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