Corporations vindicated in their fundamental liberties, from a negative voice, and other unjust prerogatives of their chief officer destructive to true freedom, or, A discourse, proving that the chief officer's assuming to himself the power of 1. calling or dissolving of meetings, 2. proposing or refusing of questions offer'd to the debate, 3. granting or denying of assent to the conclusions of the major part of the assembly, at the sole pleasure of his own private discretion, is of right to be abolish't in all other corporations, as it hath been by this present Parliament in the supream councel of the nation, and common councel of the city of London : argued first and more properly in the case of Peter-House in Cambridge, but is of a general import to all the bodies incorporated throughout the whole nation, and of great conducement to the sure and more firm establishment of this nation in form of a commonwealth /
|Main Author:||Hotham, Charles, 1615-1672?|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
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