The danger wherein the kingdome now standeth, and the remedie, [17th century].

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Cotton, Robert, Sir, 1571-1631. The danger wherein the kingdome now standeth, and the remedie, [17th century].

The danger wherein the kingdome now standeth, and the remedie, [17th century].

Manuscript, in a single hand, of a copy of Sir Robert Cotton's political treatise arguing for the king's obligation to and the necessity of his respect for Parliament. Followed, in the same hand, by speeches and petitions made in Parliament between March 1627 and June 1628.

1 v. (25 p.) ; 31 x 19 cm.

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