The obstructours of justice. Or a defence of the honourable sentence passed upon the late King [Charles I], by the High Court of Justice. Opposed chiefly to the serious and faithfull representation and vindication of some of the ministers of London. As also to, The humble addresse of Dr. Hamond, to His Excellencie and Councel of warre. Wherein the justice, and equitie of the said sentence is demonstratively asserted, as well upon clear texts of Scripture, as principles of reason, grounds of law, authorities, presidents, as well forreign, as domestique. Together with, a brief reply to Mr. John Geree's book, intituled, Might overcoming right: wherein the act of the Armie in garbling the Parliament, is further cleared. As also, some further reckonings between thesaid [sic] Dr. Hamond and the authour, made straight. By John Goodwin.
|Main Creator:||Goodwin, John, 1594?-1665.|
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London : printed for Henry Cripps, and Lodowick Lloyd: and are to be sold in Popes-head-Alley, 1649.
A reply to "To the Right Honourable, the Lord Fairfax, and his Councell of Warre" by Henry Hammond, and "Katadynast⁻es" by John Geree.
This NLI copy lacks the leaf of plates and the last leaf containing postscript.
Physical description: , 146,  p. : port ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.) G1170.
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