God and the King: or, A dialogue [between Theodidactus and Philalethes], shewing, that our soveraign lord the King of England, being immediate under God within his dominions, doth rightly claim whatsoever is required by the oath of allegiance. :
Formerly compiled and printed by the especial command of King James (of blessed memory;) and now commanded to be reprinted and published by his Majesties royal proclamation, for the instruction of all his Majesties subjects in their duty and allegiance.
|Main Creator:||Mocket, Richard, 1577-1618.|
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London : imprinted by his Majesties special priviledge and command, 1663.
Traditionally attributed to Richard Mocket. Cf. BM.; DNB; Halkett & Laing (2nd ed.).
First published in both in English and Latin. London, 1615.
With frontis. portrait ([A]1v) of Charles II.
Last leaf is blank.
In this edition, line 7 of the title ends "King of". Another edition ends "the King".
Physical description: , 40,  p. : ill., port., coat of arms ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), M2302
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