The Resource The proceedings of the present Parliament justified by the opinion of the most judicious and learned Hugo Grotius : with considerations thereupon : written for the satisfaction of some of the reverend clergy who yet seem to labour under som scruples concerning the original right of kings, their abdication of empire, and the peoples inseparable right of resistance, deposing, and of disposing and settling of the succession to the crown, by a lover of the peace of his country

The proceedings of the present Parliament justified by the opinion of the most judicious and learned Hugo Grotius : with considerations thereupon : written for the satisfaction of some of the reverend clergy who yet seem to labour under som scruples concerning the original right of kings, their abdication of empire, and the peoples inseparable right of resistance, deposing, and of disposing and settling of the succession to the crown, by a lover of the peace of his country

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The proceedings of the present Parliament justified by the opinion of the most judicious and learned Hugo Grotius : with considerations thereupon : written for the satisfaction of some of the reverend clergy who yet seem to labour under som scruples concerning the original right of kings, their abdication of empire, and the peoples inseparable right of resistance, deposing, and of disposing and settling of the succession to the crown
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The proceedings of the present Parliament justified by the opinion of the most judicious and learned Hugo Grotius
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with considerations thereupon : written for the satisfaction of some of the reverend clergy who yet seem to labour under som scruples concerning the original right of kings, their abdication of empire, and the peoples inseparable right of resistance, deposing, and of disposing and settling of the succession to the crown
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by a lover of the peace of his country
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  • Proceedings of the present Parliament justified by the opinion of the most judicious and learned Hvgo Grotivs
  • Proceedings of the present Parliament, &c
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  • eng
  • lat
  • lat
  • eng
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  • G2124
  • 631
  • R17553
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  • Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
  • Meulen, J.T. Grotius
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Thomas F. Torrance Collection
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Lover of the peace of his country
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AC901
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.M5 vol. 166, no. 7
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non fiction
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1583-1645
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Grotius, Hugo
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  • Grotius, Hugo
  • Monarchy
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
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The proceedings of the present Parliament justified by the opinion of the most judicious and learned Hugo Grotius : with considerations thereupon : written for the satisfaction of some of the reverend clergy who yet seem to labour under som scruples concerning the original right of kings, their abdication of empire, and the peoples inseparable right of resistance, deposing, and of disposing and settling of the succession to the crown, by a lover of the peace of his country
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Consists chiefly of the author's commentary on selected passages from Grotius' De jure belli. Each selection has English translation accompanying the original Latin text
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1 online resource (20 pages)
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online
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  • No. 2 in a group of pamphlets.
  • Princeton Theological Seminary Library copy imperfect; imprint removed by excessive trimming.
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The proceedings of the present Parliament justified by the opinion of the most judicious and learned Hugo Grotius : with considerations thereupon : written for the satisfaction of some of the reverend clergy who yet seem to labour under som scruples concerning the original right of kings, their abdication of empire, and the peoples inseparable right of resistance, deposing, and of disposing and settling of the succession to the crown, by a lover of the peace of his country
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Publication
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Consists chiefly of the author's commentary on selected passages from Grotius' De jure belli. Each selection has English translation accompanying the original Latin text
Extent
1 online resource (20 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
  • No. 2 in a group of pamphlets.
  • Princeton Theological Seminary Library copy imperfect; imprint removed by excessive trimming.
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remote

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