Anglo-tyrannus, or the idea of a Norman monarch, represented in the paralell reignes of Henrie the Third and Charles kings of England, wherein the whole management of affairs under the Norman kings is manifested, together with the real ground, and rise of all those former, and these latter contestations between the princes, and people of this nation, upon the score of prerogative and liberty. And the impious, abusive, and delusive practises are in short discovered, by which the English have been bobbed of their freedome, and the Norman tyrannie founded and continued over them. /
|Main Author:||Walker, George, of Lincoln's Inn.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
printed for George Thompson at the signe of the white horse in Chancery Lane,
Early English books online.
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