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The prose works of John Milton.

Author: John Milton; James Augustus St John
Publisher: London, George Bell & Sons, 1894.
Series: Bohn's Standard library
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Milton; James Augustus St John
OCLC Number: 20157028
Description: 5 volumes
Contents: v. 1. A defence of the people of England ; The second defence of the people of England / Tr. by R. Fellowes ; Eikonoklastes / [With preface by R. Baron]. [1848] --
v. 2. The tenure of kings and magistrates ; Areopagitica ; A letter to a friend concerning the ruptures of the commonwealth ; The present means and brief delineation of a free commonwealth ; The ready and easy way to establish a free commonwealth ; Observations on the articles of peace between James, earl of Ormond ... and the Irish rebels and papists ; Letters of state to most of the sovereign princes and republics of Europe ; A manifesto of the lord protector ... Brief notes upon a late sermon, titled, The fear of God and the king ; Of reformation in England ; Of prelatical episcopacy ; The reason of church government urged against prelaty ; Of true religion, heresy, schism, toleration ; A treatise of civil power in ecclesiastical causes. 1848. v. 3. Considerations touching the likeliest means to remove hirelings out of the church ; Animad-versions upon the remonstrant's defence against Smectymnuus ; An apology for Smectymnuus ; The doctrine and discipline of divorce ; The judgement of Martin Bucer, concerning divorce ; Tetrachordon ; Colasterion ; On education ; A declaration ... for the election of this present king of Poland, John the third ; Familiar letters. 1848 --
v. 4-5. A posthumous treatise on the Christian doctrine / Tr. by C.R. Sumner ; The history of Britain ; A brief history of Moscovia ; Accedence commenced grammar. 1853-81.
Series Title: Bohn's Standard library
Responsibility: Edited by J.A. St. John.

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