Lex terrae, or, a briefe discourse collected out of the fundamentall lawes of the land : wherein it is proved that the supream power in this kingdome is in the king onely, and not in the two Houses of Parliament : the ignorance of which hath been the visible cause of the late unnaturall warre, and all the sad calamities that now lye heavy upon this realme : whereunto are added divers other small tracts of the same nature, (viz.) a vindication, declaration, cordiall, the armies indemnity, the incoveniences of long continued Parliament, and an apology for the army : written and published for the common good, and recommended to the practise of the present time and posterity /
Printed for John Gyles,
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