The judgment of whole kingdoms and nations, concerning the rights, power and prerogative of kings, and the rights, privileges and properties of the people: shewing the nature of government in general, both from God and man. An account of the British government and the rights and privileges of the people in the time of the Saxons, and since the Conquest. The government which God ordained over the children of Israel; and that all magistrates and governors proceed from the people, by many examples in Scripture and history, and the duty of magistrates from Scriptur and reason. An account of eleven emperors, and above fifty kings deprived for their evil government. The rights of the people and Parliament of Britain, to resist and deprive their kings for their evil government, by King Henry's charter, and likewise in Scotland, by many examples. ...
Boston : Printed by I. Thomas, for J. Langdon, in Cornhill, [1773?]
Variously attributed to Daniel Defoe, John Dunton, and John Somers.
The American Antiquarian Society copy is dated 1773 in the hand of Isaiah Thomas.
Evans, 13632
Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science
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