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Context of Monarchy no creature of Gods making, &c. : Wherein is proved by Scripture and reason, that monarchial government is against the mind of God. And that the execution of the late King was one of the fattest sacrifices that ever Queen Justice had. Being a hue and cry after Lady Liberty, which hath been ravished and stoln away by the grand potentates of the earth. Principally intended for the undeceiving of some honest hearts, who like the poor Jews cry, give us a King, though they smart never so much for it. Together with a preface to the supream authority of the three nations, the Parliament of England. VVherein, amongst other remarkable particulars, you have a character of the late incomparable Lord Deputy, the truly honourable Henry Ireton, Esq. By John Cook, late of Grays-inn, Esq: Chief Justice of the Province of Munster in Ireland
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