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Political Thought in England from Locke to Bentham By Harold Joseph Laski Characters: 1052

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JEREMY COLLIER. The History of Passive Obedience. London, 1689.

WILLIAM SHERLOCK. The Case of Resistance. London, 1684.

CHARLES LESLIE. The Case of the Regale (Collected Works). Vol. Ill, p. 291.

The Rehearsal.

The New Association.


The Finishing Stroke.

Obedience to Civil Government Clearly Stated.

The Best Answer.

The Best of All.


E. SHELLINGFLEET. A Vindication of their Majesties Authoritie.

B. SHOWER. A Letter to a Convocation Man.


KE. The Authority of Christian Princes. The State of the Church (1703).

FRANCIS ATTERBURY. Rights, Powers and Privileges of an English Convocation (1701).

BENJAMIN HOADLY. Origins of Civil Government (1710).

Preservative Against Nonjurors (1716).

Works, 3 vols. London (1773).

WILLIAM LAW. A Defence of Church Principles (ed. Gore). Edinburgh, 1904.

W. WARBURTON. Alliance between Church and State (1736).

J.H. OVERTON. The Nonjurors. New York, 1903.

T. LATHEBURY. History of Convocation. London, 1842.

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