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Philanax Anglicus: or A Christian caveat for all kings, princes, & prelates

Janson, Henry Sir

Philanax Anglicus: or A Christian caveat for all kings, princes, & prelates

how they entrust a sort of pretended Protestants of integrity, or suffer them to commix with their respective governments. Shewing plainly from the principles of all their predecessors, that it is impossible to be at the same time Presbyterians, and not rebels. With a compendious draught of their portraictures and petigree done to the life, by their own doctors dead hands, perfectly delineating their birth, breeding, bloody practices, and prodigious theorems against monarchy. Faithfully published by T.B. gent

by Janson, Henry Sir

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Published by printed for Will: Cademan at the Popes head in the New Exchange in the Strand in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Protestantism -- Early works to 1800,
  • Church and state -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPhilanax Anglicus, Christian caveat for all kings, princes & prelates
    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2032:5
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[48], 123, [1] p
    Number of Pages123
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15421463M

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Philanax Anglicus, or, A Christian caveat for all kings, princes & prelates: how they entrust a sort of pretended Protestants of integrity, or suffer them to commix with their respective governments: shewing plainly from the principles of all their predecessours, that it is impossible to be at the same time Presbyterians, and not rebells: with a compendious draught of their portraictures.

Philanax Anglicus, or, A Christian caveat for all kings, princes & prelates: how they entrust a sort of pretended Protestants of integrity, or suffer them to commix with their respective governments: shewing plainly from the principles of all their predecessors, that it is impossible to be at the same time Presbyterians, and not rebels: with a compendious draught of their portraictures and.

Philanax Anglicus, or, A Christian caveat for all kings, princes & prelates: how they entrust a sort of pretended Protestants of integrity, or suffer them to commix with princes respective governments: shewing plainly from the principles of all their predecessors, that it is impossile to be at the same time Presbyterians, and not rebels: with a compendious draught of their portraictures and.

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