Context

Context of The Britannic constitution, or, The fundamental form of government in Britain : demonstrating, the original contract entred into by King and people, according to the primary institutions thereof, in this nation : wherein is proved, that the placing on the throne King William III was the natural fruit and effect of the original constitution : and, that the succession to this crown, establish'd in the present Protestant heirs is de jure, and justify'd, by the fundamental laws of Great Britain : and many important original powers and privileges, of both Houses of Parliament, are exhibited
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