3 edition of The crisis of English liberty found in the catalog.
The crisis of English liberty
Marriott, J. A. R. Sir
Bibliography: p. -466.
|Statement||by Sir John A. R. Marriott.|
|LC Classifications||DA375 .M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 472 p.|
|Number of Pages||472|
|LC Control Number||31005142|
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The crisis of English liberty; a history of the Stuart monarchy and the Puritan revolution. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marriott, J.A.R. (John Arthur Ransome), Sir, Crisis of English liberty.
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The body of the book presents four brilliant essays, " The Ancient Constitution in Medieval England" by J.C. Holt, "The Place of Magna Carta and the Ancient Constitution in Sixteenth-Century English Thought" by Christopher W.
Brooks, "Ancient Constitutions in the Age of Sir Edward Coke and John Selden" by Paul Christianson, and "The Jurisprudence of Liberty" by John Phillip s: 2.William Penn silently lifted a sizable portion of English Liberties into his Excellent Priviledge [sic] of Liberty and Property, which was printed in Philadelphia in English Liberties was reprinted in the colonies by James Franklin in Boston in and by John Carter in Providence, Rhode Island, in [this copy]” (Schwoerer.
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