A seasonable discourse, wherein is examined what is lawful during the confusions and revolutions of government;
especially in the case of a king deserting his kingdoms: and how far a man may lawfully conform to the powers and commands of those, who with various successes hold kingdoms. Whether it be lawful, I. In paying taxes. II. In personal service. III. In taking oaths. IV. In giving himself up to a final allegiance. As also, whether the nature of war be inconsistent with the nature of the Christian religion.
|Main Creator:||Ascham, Antony, d. 1650|
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London : printed, and are to be sold by Rich. Janeway, in Queens-Head Court in Pater-Noster Row, 1689.
Anonymous. By Anthony Ascham.
Originally published in 1648 as: A discourse: wherein is examined, what is particularly lawfull during the confusions and revolutions of government.
The first leaf bears "An advertisement to the reader".
Physical description: , 72 p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), A3924
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