A plea for the Lords, and House of Peers: or, A full, necessary, seasonable, enlarged vindication, of the just, antient hereditary right of the lords, peers, and barons of this realm to sit, vote, judge in all the Parliamemts [sic] of England

Publication Date1658
Remainderwherein their right of session, and sole power of judicature without the Commons House, in criminal, civil, ecclesiastical causes as well of commons as peers; ... is irrefragably evidenced by solid reasons, punctual authorities, memorable presidents ... the seditious anti-Parliamentary pamphlets, libels of Lilbourn, Overton, and other Levellers against the Lords House, and right of judging commoners, fully refuted: and larger discoveries made of the proceedings, judgements of the Lords in Parliament, ... by William Prynne Esquire, a bencher of Lincolnes Inne
Extent[20], 432, 401-424, [4], 425-518, [2] p.
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