Of the confusions and revolutions of goverments [sic].
Wherein is examined, how farre a man may lawfully conforme to the powers and commands of those who with various successes hold kingdomes divided by civill or forraigne warrs. Whether it be 1. In paying taxes. 2. In personall service. 3. In taking opposite oathes. 4. In a mans giving himselfe up to a finall allegiance, in case the warre end to the advantage of that power or party which is supposed unjust. Likewise whether the nature of warre be inconsistent with the precepts of the Christian religion? Three parts, with severall additions. By Ant: Ascham. Gent.
|Main Creator:||Ascham, Antony, d. 1650|
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London : printed by W. Wilson, dwelling in Wel-yard neere Smithfield, 1649.
Originally published in 1648 as: A discourse: wherein is examined, what is particularly lawfull during the confusions and revolutions of government.
The words "1. In paying .. unjust." are bracketed together on title page.
LO 12289 was previously at 3232 a1.
Physical description: , 200 p. ; 8⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), A3922
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