The right succession to the kingdom of England...against the sophisms of Parsons the Jesuite, who assum'd the counterfeit name of Doleman; by which he endeavours to overthrow not only the rights of succession in kingdoms, but also the sacred authority of kings themselves. Written originally in Latin…and now faithfully translated into English, with a large index … and a preface, giving an account of the author. Thomas Craig, Sir.
The right succession to the kingdom of England...against the sophisms of Parsons the Jesuite, who assum'd the counterfeit name of Doleman; by which he endeavours to overthrow not only the rights of succession in kingdoms, but also the sacred authority of kings themselves. Written originally in Latin…and now faithfully translated into English, with a large index … and a preface, giving an account of the author
The right succession to the kingdom of England...against the sophisms of Parsons the Jesuite, who assum'd the counterfeit name of Doleman; by which he endeavours to overthrow not only the rights of succession in kingdoms, but also the sacred authority of kings themselves. Written originally in Latin…and now faithfully translated into English, with a large index … and a preface, giving an account of the author

Annotated by a Yorkshire physician

The right succession to the kingdom of England...against the sophisms of Parsons the Jesuite, who assum'd the counterfeit name of Doleman; by which he endeavours to overthrow not only the rights of succession in kingdoms, but also the sacred authority of kings themselves. Written originally in Latin…and now faithfully translated into English, with a large index … and a preface, giving an account of the author

London: printed by M. Bennet, for Dan. Brown [et al.], 1703. First edition in English, folio, pp. [34], 431, [1], [17]; full contemporary paneled calf, red morocco label; slight crack at the bottom of the lower joint, else a very good, sound copy. The Dedication is signed J. G. (i.e. James Gatherer). With the early ownership inscription of "Ph: Fowke, M.D…A.D. 1703" with a six-line inscription in Latin and Greek beneath it, and a number of additional notes in his hand throughout, in the margins and on the rear blank flyleaves. Phineas Fowke (1638-1710) was a Yorkshire physician who graduated from Cambridge in 1668. He practiced in London and was admitted as a fellow in the College of Physicians in 1680. See DNB. Item #20165

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