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Episcopacy (as established by law in England) not prejudicial to regal power | Binghamton University Libraries

Title, Edition: Episcopacy (as established by law in England) not prejudicial to regal power, Third
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Place of Publication: London
Publisher: Printed for Blanch Pawlet
Publication Date: 1683
Number of Pages: 103
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Calf binding. Double blind ruled borders on front and back covers. Cover edges decorated in blind. Rebacked spine. Lacks engraved frontispiece. Signatures; guide words; running titles; decorated initials.

[14], 103, [6] p. : ill. ; 19 cm. (8vo).

Note: This text is a seventeenth century printing of Robert Sanderson's treatise on the divine right of kings and their powers over the clergy and temporal lords. Within this work, Robert Sanderson, a leading English scholar and churchman of the seventeenth century, attempts to prove the divine right of the kings of England through focused logic and analysis of Scripture. Sanderson was directed to write this work by Charles I and the text, being a late copy, is dedicated to Charles II.

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