The soveraigne povver of parliaments & kingdomes, or, Second part of the treachery and disloialty of papists to their soveraignes wherein the Parliaments and kingdomes right and interest in, and power over the militia, ports, forts, navy, ammunition of the realme, to dispose of them unto confiding officers hands, in these times of danger, their right and interest to nominate and elect all needful commanders, to exercise the militia for the kingdomes safety and defence : as likewise to recommend and make choice of the lord chancellor, keeper, treasurer, privy seale, privie counsellors, iudges, and sheriffes of the kingdome, when they see full cause : together with the Parliaments late assertion, that the king hath no absolute negative voice in passing publicke bills of right and iustice, for the safety, peace, and common benefit of his people, when both Houses deeme them necessary and just : are
|Main Author:||Prynne, William, 1600-1669.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed at London :
By J.D. for Michael Sparke, Senior,
Early English books online.
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