The priviledges of the people, or, Principles of common right and freedome, briefely laid open and asserted in two chapters. : I. Containing the distinct interests of king, Parliament and people; consisting in prerogative, priviledge and liberty (as they have formerly obtained in this nation.) II. Discovering the peoples right in choice, change, or regulation of governments or governours: together with the originall of kingly power, and other formes of government.

Warr, John

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  • Creator Propounded to the consideration, and published for the benefit of the people of England. By Jo. Warr
  • Format Books; Microforms
  • Publication London : Printed by G. Dawson for Giles Calvert at the signe of the black spread Eagle at the west end of Pauls, 1649.
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  • Physical Details
    • [2], 11, [1] p


  • Variant (Wing W946): title page in another setting, probably earlier; line 2 reads "privliedges", line 11 begins "they hath", line 18 reads "By J.W.".
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Feb: 5th 1648"; the "9" in the imprint has been crossed out.
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
  • W947 is identified as W946 on the UMI Thomason Tracts microfilm set.
  • Wing (2nd ed.) W946.
  • Wing (2nd ed.) W947.
  • Thomason E.541[12].
  • Available electronically as part of Early English books online.
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