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A remonstrance of the most gratious King Iames I. King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. For the right of Kings, and the independencie of their crownes.
Declaration du serenissime Roy Jaques I. Roy de la Grand' Bretaigne France et Irlande, defenseur de la foy.
Harangue faicte de la part de la chambre ecclesiastique, en celle du tiers estat, sur l'article de serment
James I, King of England, 1566-1625.
Betts, Richard, 1552-1619.
Originally published in 1615 with title: Declaration du serenissime Roy Jaques I. Roy de la Grand' Bretaigne France et Irlande, defenseur de la foy.
R.B. = Richard Betts.
A reply to: Du Moulin, Jacques Davy. Harangue faicte de la part de la chambre ecclesiastique, en celle du tiers estat, sur l'article de serment.
Published in 1616 with title: Serenissimi Jacobi, .. declaratio pro jure regio, adversus Cardinalis Perronii orationem (STC 14368), a translation, by Pierre Du Moulin, of the French original.
Running title reads: A defence of the right of kings.
In some copies the title page is a cancel; original title has "indepencie"?.
Some print faded and show-through and some pages stained.
, 290 p.
[London] : Printed by Cantrell Legge, printer to the Vniuersitie of Cambridge, 1619.
STC (2nd ed.) / 14371
Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library
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