Lese Majesty England Early Works To 1800 : The wise taken in their craftiness, : and their wisdom made manifest to be foolishness with God; and their actions discovered to be contrary to the pure law of righteousness given forth by the pure law-giver, Christ Jesus the light; by which light some one judge, or judges of this nation are made manifest, how he, or they have acted contrary to the law of God, and the law of this nation; and contrary to all the kings, rulers, and judges, spoken of in Scripture; by setting fines upon men, and sending them to prison till payment of the same, for not putting off their hats, and stand bare-headed before them in their court of assises, and goal-delivery. Also, here is shewed, that it is no sin for a man to stand with his hat on his head, before any emperor, king, ruler, judge, justice, or other magistrate, either alone, or in open court; neither is the putting the hat off, and standing, bare-headed before them, the honour that is due unto magistrates, which the Scripture speaks of. / VVritten by, me who am known by the name of Henry Clark.; Clark, Henry,
Leslie Jakob Graf : A Brief relation of the march of the Imperial Army under the command of Count Lesly, the taking of the town of Esseck, and setting fire to the bridge, and the consternation of the infidels upon that action
Leslie Robert Active 1635 : By the King. A proclamation for the suppressing of profane swearing and cursing..; England and Wales.
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