The Army no usurpers, or The late Parliament not almighty and everlasting: shewing, that the present army in their former opposing, and late dissolving of the Parliament, have done nothing contrary to law, but according to equity. And that the late Parliaments claim of power to do what they please, until they should be dissolved by their own consent, is long since made void by their own act.

Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Format: Online Book
Language: English
Published: London, : Printed for Giles Calvert, at the sign of the Black-spread Eagle, at the West end of Pauls., 1653.
Series: Early English books online.
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