A Common-Place Book of John Milton And a Latin Essay and Latin Verses Presumed to Be by Milton 16 Latin Edition

John Milton

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26 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in. 1876 edition. : . . . SoKei Kifi and rjkeveiv Tov ftacriKiicov j(apaKrrjpa. Vide etiam Orland. Inamorat. del Berni, cant. 7, stanz. 3; un re se vuole il suo debito fare, non e re veramente ma faltore del popolo, etc. The clergie commonly the corrupters of kingly authority, turning it to tyrannie by thire wicked flatteries even in the pulpit, as An. reg. Rich. 2, an. 21. Stafford, Bishop of Exceter, in parliament time, which was cause of great mischef to both K. and country. The right of Ks to the goods of his subjects. The answer of Rex is at the bead of the page. Reginald to Ruscand the Popes legat. Leg. : All churches are the Popes. Regin. : Truth, to defend, but not to use them to serve his own turne; as wee say, all is the princes; that is, all is his to defend, but not to spoile. Holinsh. p. 253. De Monarchia. Severus Sulpitius ait regium nomen semper liberis gentibus fere invisum, damnatque factum Hebraeorum quod praeoptarent libertatem servitio mutare. Hist. Sac. 1. 1, p. 56. The first original of a K. was in paternal authority, and from thence ought patterne himselfe how to be toward his subjects. Smith, Com. -we1. c. 12. The cause and reason of creating Kings, see well expressd in HaiIlan. Hist. France, 1. 13, p. 719. No king can give away his kdom without consent of the whole state. Holinsh. 191; as appears also by the letters of the Parliament sent to the Pope with consent of Ed. 1 concirning the realm of Scot. Holinsh. p. 311. So also it was answerd to Hen. 3 of France by the parliament at Blois. Thuan. hist. 63, p. 186, nullo casu alienari a rege patrimonium coronae posse, quippe cujus rex tantum sit usufructuarius, proprietate penes regnum, etc. Ibid. xviii. Whether Monarchy be a power absolute. Sir Tho. Smith answereth that neither it nor any other kind of commonwealth is pure and absolute in his kind, no more then the elements are pure in nature, or the complexions and temperatures in a body, but mixt with other, for that nature will not suffer. . . This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: . 1876 edition. : ...SoKei Kifi&rjkeveiv Tov ftacriKiicov j(apaKrrjpa. Vide etiam Orland. Inamorat. del Berni, cant. 7, stanz. 3; un re se vuole il suo debito fare, non e re veramente ma faltore del popolo, etc. The clergie commonly the corrupters of kingly authority, turning it to tyrannie by thire wicked flatteries even in the pulpit, as An. reg. Rich. 2, an. 21. Stafford, Bishop of Exceter, in parliament time, which was cause of great mischef to both K. and country. The right of K's to the goods of his subjects. The answer of Rex is at the bead of the page. Reginald to Ruscand the Pope's legat. Leg.: All churches are the Popes. Regin.: Truth, to defend, but not to use them to serve his own turne; as wee say, all is the princes; that is, all is his to defend, but not to spoile. Holinsh. p. 253. De Monarchia. Severus Sulpitius ait regium nomen semper liberis gentibus fere invisum, damnatque factum Hebraeorum quod praeoptarent libertatem servitio mutare. Hist. Sac. 1. 1, p. 56. The first original of a K. was in paternal authority, and from thence ought patterne himselfe how to be toward his subjects. Smith, Com.-we1. c. 12. The cause and reason of creating Kings, see well express'd in HaiIlan. Hist. France, 1. 13, p. 719. No king can give away his kdom without consent of the whole state. Holinsh. 191; as appears also by the letters of the Parliament sent to the Pope with consent of Ed. 1 concirning the realm of Scot. Holinsh. p. 311. So also it was answer'd to Hen. 3 of France by the parliament at Blois. Thuan. hist. 63, p. 186, nullo casu alienari a rege patrimonium coronae posse, quippe cujus rex tantum sit usufructuarius, proprietate penes regnum, etc. Ibid. xviii. Whether Monarchy be a power absolute. Sir Tho. Smith answereth that neither it nor any other kind of commonwealth is pure and absolute in his kind, no more then the elements are pure in nature, or the complexions and temperatures in a body, but mixt with other, for that nature will not suffer...

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