Jura populi Anglicani: or the subjects right of petitioning set forth. Occasioned the case of the Kentish petitioners, with some thoughts on the reasons which inducd those gentlemen to petition: and of the Commons right of imprisoning. by John Somers

ISBN: 9781170361436

Published: May 30th 2010

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Jura populi Anglicani: or the subjects right of petitioning set forth. Occasioned  by  the case of the Kentish petitioners, with some thoughts on the reasons which inducd those gentlemen to petition: and of the Commons right of imprisoning. by John Somers

Jura populi Anglicani: or the subjects right of petitioning set forth. Occasioned by the case of the Kentish petitioners, with some thoughts on the reasons which inducd those gentlemen to petition: and of the Commons right of imprisoning. by John Somers
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This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++British LibraryT107774Anonymous. By John Baron Somers.London: printed in the year, 1701. 48p.- 4



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