Jus populi. Or, A discourse wherein clear satisfaction is given, as well concerning the right of subjects, as the right of princes. Shewing how both are consistent, and where they border one upon the other. As also, what there is divine, and what there is humane in both: and whether is of more value and extent. Published by authority.
Printed for Robert Bostock, dwelling in Pauls Church-yard at the signe of the King Head [sic],
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