Monarchy Great Britain Religious Aspects : The Grand question resolved, viz. a king having protested to defend to the uttermost of his power, the true Protestant religion, with the rights and liberties of all his subjects : but if they, fearing that he will violate this his protestation, take up arms to prevent it, what may be judged hereof?
Monarchy Great Britain Religious Aspects Early Works To 1800 : The grand question resolved : viz. a king having protested to defend to the uttermost of his power, the true Protestant religion, with the rights and liberties of all his subjects: but if they, fearing that he will violate this his protestation, take up arms to prevent it, what may be judged hereof?
Monarchy Greece : The Hellenistic court : monarchic power and elite society from Alexander to Cleopatra / edited by Andrew Erskine, Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones and Shane Wallace.
Monarchy Poetry Early Works To 1800 : A worthy panegyrick upon monarchy; : written anno MDCLVIII. / By a learned and truly loyal gentleman, for information of the miserably mis-led Commonwealths-Men (falsely so called) of that deluded age; and now revived by one that honours the author, and the established government of these nations.; A learned and truly loyal gentleman.
Monarchy Poland : The Polish-Lithuanian monarchy in European context c. 1500-1795 / edited by Richard Butterwick.
Monarchy Privileges England : The Divine right and irresistibility of kings and supreme magistrates : clearly evidenced, not from any private authority, but from the publique confessions of the reformed churches, and the homilies of the Church of England.
Monarchy Scotland Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the Parliament of Scotland for rerigion [sic], crown, and covenant, : and their resolution to adhere thereunto, and to preserve and maintain their ancient government, by a mixt monarchy of King, Lords, and Commons, and their further proceedings thereupon, in relation to their young King, and the Parliament of England. Also, a declaration to the citizens of London, concerning twenty thousand horse and foot to be raised for the Prince, under the command of Generall Hatzfield, with the advice and proposals thereupon. And the King of Denmark's sending forth a new fleet to fall vpon the English ships.; Scotland.
Monarchy Sermons : A discourse of the soveraign power : in a sermon preached at St. Mary Le Bow, Nov. 28, 1682, before the Artillery Company of London, and now published at their desire / by George Hickes ...; Hickes, George,
Monarchy Spain History : Orígenes de la monarquía hispánica : propaganda y legitimación (ca.1400-1520) / José Manuel Nieto Soria (director).