A survey of monarchie: or A discourse shewing the just bounds and limitts of monarchy, and how farre a king hath power over his subjects persons or estates. And that offices ought to bestowed on deserving men and not sold for lucre. And how divers princes have undone both themselves and their kingdomes by giving eare to sycophanticall counsailes given against their faithfull and leige people. By a faithfull well-willer of the happy prosperity of Great-Britaine.
Printed according to order. August 2, 1644.
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