A seasonable, legal, and historical vindication of the good old fundamental liberties

Publication Date1657
Remainderfranchises, rights, properties, laws, government of all English freemen; with a chronological collection of their strenuous defenses, by wars, and otherwise: of all great parliamentary councills, synods, and chief laws, charters, proceedings in them; of the publike revolu[t]ions of state, with th[e] sins and vices occasioning them; and the exemplary judgements of God upon tyrants, oppressors, perjured persidious traitors, rebels, regicides, usurpers, during the reigns o[sic] fou Saxon and Danish kings, from the year of our Lord 600. till the coronation of William the Norman, anno 1066. Collected out of our antientest, and best historians, with brief usefull observations on and from them. By William Prynne Esq; a bencher of Lincolns Inne
Extent[10], 159, p. 601, p. 169, 170-260, 265-292, 297-402, [2] p.
Publisherprinted by F. Leach, for Richard Lownds at the sign of the White Lyon in St. Pauls Church-yard




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