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A treatise concerning policy and religion. :

Wherein the infirmity of humane wit is amply declared, with the necessity of the grace of God, and true religion for the perfection of policy. And by the way some political matters are treated; divers principles of Machiavel confuted; and many advices given, tending no lesse to religious piety, then to true policy. With a confutation of the arguments of atheists, against the providence of God, which is clearly proved throughout the whole treatise /
Written by Thomas Fitzherbert, Esq. for the benefit of young statists
Main Creator: Fitzherbert, Thomas, 1552-1640.
Format: BOOK
Published / Created: London : printed for Abel Roper, at the Sunne against St. Dunstans Church in Fleetstreet, 1652
Notes:Titlepage printed in red and black

pp. 186, 230-231, 264 misprinted 168, 222-223, 246 respectively

Includes index.

Physical description: [24], 384, 387-434, [24] p. 20 cm (4to)

Citations/References: References: Wing, F1102

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