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The superiority and direct dominion of the imperial crown of England, over the crown and Kingdom of Scotland, and the divine right of succession to both crowns inseparable from the civil, asserted. In answer to Sir Thomas Craig's treatises of homage and succession. Occasionally detecting several material errors, of Sir George Mackenzie, and other eminent authors. With some account of the antiquity, extent, and constitution of the now English monarchy. Explaining considerable parts of the British, English, and Scotch histories and laws.

  • Atwood, William, -1705?
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1704
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London : printed for J. Hartley, next door to the King's-Head Tavern in Bolbourn, 1704.

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[18], 96, [8], 97-200, 209-304, 297-336, 317-332, 353-576 p. ; 80.

References note

ESTC T99914

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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.

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