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The Resource Jenkinsius redivivus, or, The vvorks of that grave, learned, truly-loyal, and courageous Judge Jenkins, whilst a prisoner in the Tower, and Newgate, by command of the rebellious Long-Parliament, began at Westminster, Nov. 3, 1640 : wherein is plainly set forth, the just power and prerogative of the king, the priviledge of Parliament, the liberty of the subject, and what is treason according to the laws of the land : very seasonable to be perused, by all such, as would not be deluded by the unparalle'd arbitrary proceedings, and seditious pamphlets of this licentious and ingrateful age

Jenkinsius redivivus, or, The vvorks of that grave, learned, truly-loyal, and courageous Judge Jenkins, whilst a prisoner in the Tower, and Newgate, by command of the rebellious Long-Parliament, began at Westminster, Nov. 3, 1640 : wherein is plainly set forth, the just power and prerogative of the king, the priviledge of Parliament, the liberty of the subject, and what is treason according to the laws of the land : very seasonable to be perused, by all such, as would not be deluded by the unparalle'd arbitrary proceedings, and seditious pamphlets of this licentious and ingrateful age

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Jenkinsius redivivus, or, The vvorks of that grave, learned, truly-loyal, and courageous Judge Jenkins, whilst a prisoner in the Tower, and Newgate, by command of the rebellious Long-Parliament, began at Westminster, Nov. 3, 1640 : wherein is plainly set forth, the just power and prerogative of the king, the priviledge of Parliament, the liberty of the subject, and what is treason according to the laws of the land : very seasonable to be perused, by all such, as would not be deluded by the unparalle'd arbitrary proceedings, and seditious pamphlets of this licentious and ingrateful age
Title
Jenkinsius redivivus, or, The vvorks of that grave, learned, truly-loyal, and courageous Judge Jenkins, whilst a prisoner in the Tower, and Newgate, by command of the rebellious Long-Parliament, began at Westminster, Nov. 3, 1640
Title remainder
wherein is plainly set forth, the just power and prerogative of the king, the priviledge of Parliament, the liberty of the subject, and what is treason according to the laws of the land : very seasonable to be perused, by all such, as would not be deluded by the unparalle'd arbitrary proceedings, and seditious pamphlets of this licentious and ingrateful age
Title variation
Works of that grave, learned, truly loyal, and courageous Judge Jenkins
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1582-1663
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Jenkins, David
Illustrations
portraits
Index
no index present
LC call number
JN196.1648
LC item number
.J44
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Prerogative, Royal
  • Constitutional law
  • Great Britain
Label
Jenkinsius redivivus, or, The vvorks of that grave, learned, truly-loyal, and courageous Judge Jenkins, whilst a prisoner in the Tower, and Newgate, by command of the rebellious Long-Parliament, began at Westminster, Nov. 3, 1640 : wherein is plainly set forth, the just power and prerogative of the king, the priviledge of Parliament, the liberty of the subject, and what is treason according to the laws of the land : very seasonable to be perused, by all such, as would not be deluded by the unparalle'd arbitrary proceedings, and seditious pamphlets of this licentious and ingrateful age
Instantiates
Manufacture
Note
  • Some chapters have special t.p
  • Some mistakes in numbering: p. 81-82 repeated, p. 119-120 lacking
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
15 cm (12mo)
Extent
34 unnumbered pages, 213 pages, 1 unnumbered page (the last page blank)
Lccn
10005409
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
Library copy lacks portrait
Other physical details
portrait
System control number
02-B1961
Label
Jenkinsius redivivus, or, The vvorks of that grave, learned, truly-loyal, and courageous Judge Jenkins, whilst a prisoner in the Tower, and Newgate, by command of the rebellious Long-Parliament, began at Westminster, Nov. 3, 1640 : wherein is plainly set forth, the just power and prerogative of the king, the priviledge of Parliament, the liberty of the subject, and what is treason according to the laws of the land : very seasonable to be perused, by all such, as would not be deluded by the unparalle'd arbitrary proceedings, and seditious pamphlets of this licentious and ingrateful age
Manufacture
Note
  • Some chapters have special t.p
  • Some mistakes in numbering: p. 81-82 repeated, p. 119-120 lacking
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
15 cm (12mo)
Extent
34 unnumbered pages, 213 pages, 1 unnumbered page (the last page blank)
Lccn
10005409
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
Library copy lacks portrait
Other physical details
portrait
System control number
02-B1961

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