Browsing by Author "Walker, Henry, fl. 1641-1660."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The prelates pride, or, The manifestation, that the bishops lordly government from the originall institution, is not de iure divino, by divine right, but meerely humane and contrary both to the holy word of God, the practice of the Apostles, and of the primitive churches in the purest times whereunto is added the Bishop of Lincolnes prophecie concerning the prelates.Date of publication:
1641Author(s):Description:Includes bibliographical references. "To the Bishop of England" signed: H.W. Attributed to Henry Walker. Cf. Halkett & Laing (2nd ed.), McAlpin Coll. Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.This item contains 4 files (584.38 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A prospective glasse wherein Englands bondage under the Normane yoke, with the rise, growth, and continuation is clearly asserted, a subject not yet treated upon ... shewing how the law came to be in an unknown tongue, and from whence the judges and other inferior lawyers had their beginning, and in opposition to former law, how the 4 termes of the yeer came to be kept : as also, the corruption of this law, bringing with it the fines and rents to the lord of the manor for all free- holds and copyhold land : being a collection from the most choice of modern historians : with some copyhold land : being a collection from the most choice of modern historians : with some brief observations upon Scripture, as proving from thence that this law is contradictory to the nature of God's dealing with the sons of man, and contrary to the nature of freedome / by a lover of Englishmens freedomes.Date of publication:
1649Description:Attributed by Wing to Henry Walker. Reproduction of original in the Cambridge University Library.This item contains 4 files (817.8 KB).Publicly Available