Englands absolute monarchy, or government of Great Britaine. Composed out of these three kindes, monarchy, aristrocracie [sic] and democracie. From whence the kingdome of England derives a fit parallell, by a King, a House of Peers, and a House of Commons. From whence is collected and explained the prerogative of the King, the authority of the Peers, and the priviledge of the Commons. Whereunto is annexed His Majesties resolution to maintaine the priviledges of the Commons, and the full authority of the Protestant religion.
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