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Arcana imperii detecta: or, divers select cases in government; More particularly, Of the Obeying the unjust Commands of a Prince. Of the Renunciation of a Right to a Crown. Of the Proscription of a limitted Prince and his Heirs. Of the Trying, Condemning and Execution of a Crowned Head. Of the Marriage of a Prince and Princess. Of the Detecting Conspiracies against a Government. Of Subjects Revolting from a Tyrannical Prince. Of Excluding Foreigners from Publick Employments. Of Constituting Extraordinary Magistrates upon Extraordinary Occasions. Of Subjects Anticipating the Execution of Laws. Of Tolleration of Religion. Of Peace and War, &c. With The Debates, Arguments and Resolutions of the greatest Statesmen in several Ages and Governments thereupon.
London: Printed for James Knapton, at the Crown in St. Paul’s Church-Yard, 1701.
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