The priviledges of Parliament: or, A modest ansvver to these three questions :
I. Whether it be in the power of a Parliament, called by writ, to alter pre-established state-government? II. Whether it be in the power of a Parliament to alter church-government? III. Whether it be in the power of a Parliament (wheu [sic] their rights and just priviledges be undermined, and sought to be subverted by private stratagems, or publike warre) to take up armes in defence of themselves and the whole kingdome?.
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London : printed for Thomas Harrison, 1643.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), P3536
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