The Lord of hosts with us : in answer to that parte of Mr. Jer[emiah] Burroughs sermons under the glorious name of the Lord of hosts, endeavoring to vindicate a pretended commission from this lord of hosts for subjects in some case to take up armes against their sovereign ... / by a private minister

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Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674,. The Lord of hosts with us : in answer to that parte of Mr. Jer[emiah] Burroughs sermons under the glorious name of the Lord of hosts, endeavoring to vindicate a pretended commission from this lord of hosts for subjects in some case to take up armes against their sovereign ... / by a private minister in Mounster Ireland : manuscript, [1643?]

The Lord of hosts with us : in answer to that parte of Mr. Jer[emiah] Burroughs sermons under the glorious name of the Lord of hosts, endeavoring to vindicate a pretended commission from this lord of hosts for subjects in some case to take up armes against their sovereign ... / by a private minister in Mounster Ireland : manuscript, [1643?]

Organized with quotes from Burroughs' sermons, then rebuttal from the author, mostly on the topic of King Charles I.

1 v. (113 p.) ; 23 cm.

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