GE K N Klastos@. the Image Vnbroaken [By J. Jane] a Perspective of the Impudence, Falshood [&C.] Published in a Libell [By J. Milton] Entitled GE Konoklastys@ Against GE K N Basiliky

GE K N Klastos@. the Image Vnbroaken [By J. Jane] a Perspective of the Impudence, Falshood [&C.] Published in a Libell [By J. Milton] Entitled GE Konoklastys@ Against GE K N Basiliky

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1651 edition. Excerpt: ...his Majeft: were of moft eminent natural endowments this libeller cals him a man neither by nature, nor Ktirture wife. Which f hewes he vnderftood not wifedome in others, nor was fenfiblc of his owne folly foe apparent to all his readers. That a King f hould want breeding to make himwife, is ftrange in the libellers owne judgment, and that the experience, & breeding of the King was eminently extraordinary the world well knowes. He calls the Kjngs negative his unllG the Parliaments demaunds advice. May not their demaunds be willfull, and his negative advifed? The nature, and nurture of this libeller is difobedience, and therefore will have theKings wifedome to be wiH,& the Rebells raf hues wifedome, and it is importible, that men, who have fucked in fuch principles f hould ever be obedient to any Government, ftndying only how they may difaffeft fubjefts to it. He fayes the Kjngs errour tcu imperious, and force was vfed not to difytll trrour out of hti head, but to drive it from of our neckfs. Thefe Rebells fought to be imperious,& put the yoke vpon the tveckes of the people, and that, which reftrained them from an abfolute arbitrary power, which was the Kings negative 5 they would take away by force 5 and place negative, and affinnarive in themftlves. The libeller fayes well that force was not vfed to difpell errour, which was vftd to enforce confent, and to make errour, and f hewes their wickednes, that tooke that courfe. The King fayes the-vpnghtnes of hi intention trill txcufe the poljible failings of bis vnderftanding, tfbo ferioHJly endeavoto-s to fee the befl reafin, y faithfully followes it. Jhis the libeller fayes Hafojitionfatfim lait,& Diw'w'm.But for that we muft take his word againft all lawj&Divinkie. But he fayes...show more

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  • Paperback | 108 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 209g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236605144
  • 9781236605146