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Jus populi vindicatum, or, The peoples right, to defend themselves and their covenanted religion, vindicated : wherein the act of defence and vindication, which was interprised anno 1666 is particularly justified : the lawfulnesse of private persons defending their lives, libertyes and religion, against manifest oppression, tyranny and violence, exerced by magistrats supream and inferiour, contrare to solemne vowes, covenants, promises, declarations, professions, subscriptions, and solemne engadgments, is demonstrated by many arguments. Being a full reply to the first part of Survey of Naphtaly &c /

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Main Author: Stewart, James, Sir
Published: [London : s.n.], Printed in the year, MDCLXIX [1669]
Topics: Church of Scotland - History - Early works to 1800. | Honyman, Andrew, 1619-1676. Survey of the insolent and infamous libel entituled, Naphtali &c.
Regions: Scotland - Politics and government - 1660-1688.
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