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A treatise concerning civil government, in three parts. Part I. The notions of Mr. Locke and his followers, concerning the origin, extent, and end of civil government, examined and confuted. Part II. The true basis of civil government set forth and ascertained; also objections answered; different forms compared; and improvements suggested. Part III. England’s former gothic constitution censured and exposed; cavils refuted; and authorities produced: also the scripture doctrine concerning the obedience due to governors vindicated and illustrated. By Josiah Tucker, D.D. Dean of Glocester.
London: Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand , 1781.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|George Morewood||8/28/1790||9/6/1790||Tucker on Gover.|
|Patrick Murdoch||9/6/1790||9/6/1790||Tucker on government|
|John Stevens, III||11/1/1790||11/10/1790||Tucker on Government|
|John G. Leake||2/2/1791||2/5/1791||Tucker on Government|
|Robert R. Randall||8/30/1800||9/10/1800||Tucker on Govern|