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The title of kings proved to be jure divino : and that King Charles II. was the rightful and lawful heir to the crown of England, and that the life of his father K. Charles I. was taken away unjustly, contrary to the Common Law, Statute Law, and all the Laws of England. In a Short Essay, written by W. Prynne Esquire. And published in the year 1660. And now reprinted, with a preface and postscript ; and humbly proposed as an Antidote against the Poyson of Novel Doctrines. Preview this item
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The title of kings proved to be jure divino : and that King Charles II. was the rightful and lawful heir to the crown of England, and that the life of his father K. Charles I. was taken away unjustly, contrary to the Common Law, Statute Law, and all the Laws of England. In a Short Essay, written by W. Prynne Esquire. And published in the year 1660. And now reprinted, with a preface and postscript ; and humbly proposed as an Antidote against the Poyson of Novel Doctrines.

Author: William Prynne
Publisher: London : Printed and sold by A. Baldwin at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, [1705?]
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Named Person: Charles, King of England; Charles, King of England
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: William Prynne
OCLC Number: 642138042
Description: 1 online resource ([6], 7, [3] pages)

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