Monarchy no creature of Gods making, &c. :
Wherein is proved by Scripture and reason, that the monarchicall goverment [sic] is against the minde of God. And that the execution of the late King was one of the fattest sacrifices that ever Queen Iustice had. Being a hue and cry after Lady Liberty which hath been ravished and stolne [sic] away by the grand potentates of the Earth. Principally intended for the undeceaving of some honest hearts who like the poore Iewes cry, give us a king, though they smart never so much for it. By Iohn Cooke late of Grayes Inne Esquire; Chief Iustice of the province of Munster in Ireland.
|Main Creator:||Cook, John, d. 1660|
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Printed at Waterford in Ireland : by Peter de Pienne, in the yeare of our Lord God, 1651.
With a penultimate errata leaf.
With a preliminary leaf bearing printer's flowers in four columns on recto and a final leaf bearing the same on verso.
Identified as Wing C6019 on UMI microfilm set "Early English Books, 1641-1700".
Wanting p. 135, Errata, and the two pages of typographical ornaments.
Collation: a4 (a1 gone) b-g4, h A-II8, I4. At the beginning and end of the book are pages consisting of vertical rows of typographical ornaments, taking the place of wrappers.
Physical description: , 134,  p. ; small and 8vo
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C6025A
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|Ir 6551 Waterford 1651 (1)||Main Reading Room||Irish|
|Ir 6551 Waterford 1651 (2)||Main Reading Room||Irish|