Catalogue of the Library at Bamburgh Castle, in the County of Northumberland, Volume 2

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Gilbert and Rivington, Printers, 1859

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Page 97 - The tenure of Kings and Magistrates; proving that it is lawful, and hath been held so through all ages, for any, who have the power, to call to account a Tyrant or wicked King, and after due conviction, to depose and put him to death ; if the ordinary magistrate have neglected or denied to do it.
Page 173 - tis generally known to be his collection." <-/. Ath. Oxon, v. 3, col. 559, where the dates of publication are given as "1649, 50, and 59." 71. CHARLES i. ... The works of King Charles the Martyr: with a collection of declarations, treaties, and other papers concerning the differences betwixt His said Majesty and his two houses of Parliament.
Page 243 - History of the High and Mighty Prince Henry, Prince of Purpoole, Archduke of Stapulia and Bernardia, Duke of High and Nether Holborn, Marquis of St. Giles and Tottenham, Count Palatine of Bloomsbury and Clerkenwell, Great Lord of the Cantons of Islington, Kentish Town, Paddington, and Knightsbridge, Knight of the most Heroical Order of the Helmet, and Sovereign of the same. Who reigned and died, A;D. 1594.
Page 93 - Doctrine of the Greek Article applied to the Criticism and Illustration of the New Testament.
Page 164 - Paulina; or the Truth of the Scripture History of St. Paul evinced, by a Comparison of the Epistles which bear his Name with the Acts of the Apostles and with one another (London, 1790; subsequent editions are by J.
Page 35 - An historical Account of Church Government, as it was in Great Britain and Ireland, when they first received the Christian Religion.
Page 226 - The Historic of the Uniting of the Kingdom of Portugall to the Crowne of Castill...
Page 257 - REFLECTIONS upon the opinions of some modern divines, concerning the nature of government in general, and that of England in particular.
Page 329 - The behaviour of the messengers upon this occasion seems to have been very unwarrantable, if what the author of " A letter to the Clergy of the Church of England,
Page 360 - Francis, lord Bacon: or, The case of private and national corruption, and bribery, impartially consider'd. Address'd to all South-sea directors, members of Parliament, ministers of state, and church-dignitaries.

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