The common interest of King and people :
shewing the original antiquity and excellency of monarchy, compared with aristocracy and democracy, and particularly of our English monarchy, and that absolute, papal, and Presbyterian popular supremacy are utterly inconsistent with prerogative, property and liberty /
by John Nalson.
|Main Creator:||Nalson, John, 1638?-1686.|
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Leicester : Printed for Jonathan Edwin, at the Sign of the Three Roses in Ludgate Street, 1678.
Bookplate and stamp of Milltown Park Library.
Signature of former owner, William Osbaldeston, on title page.
Physical description: , 279,  p. ; 19 cm.
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