A speech of VVilliam Thomas Esquire, in Parliament in May, 1641.
Being a short view and examination of the actions of bishops in Parliament, from Anno Dom. 1116. to this present of 1641. in the severall reignes of 23. kings and queens of this kingdome of England, &c. In all and each of their times it is made to appeare they have been most obnoxious to prince and people, and therefore that it is not fit or convenient that they should continue members of that honourable House, in which they have beene so disloyally and traiterously affected to regality, and no lesse mischievous and pernicious to church and commonwealth.
|Main Creator:||Thomas, William, Sir, d. 1653?|
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Printed at London : by Tho. Harper, 1641.
Physical description: , 25,  p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), T985
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