A short view of the reign of King Henry III shewing the danger of the subjects arrogancy, the methods of great mens rise and fallings, the wrong the King and his subjects suffer from evil counsellors, the bitterness of the bishops and clergy in those distempers of government, the Parliament finding fault with the King, the King's averseness from such dealings, his taking other courses for money : after this, the King reduced to great straits, the Parliament again convening takes advantage thereby, but ensues the mischief of equal authority in the government : the King having suffered thus much, when settled was more cautious /

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Author / Creator: Cotton, Robert, Sir, 1571-1631.
Format: eBook Electronic
Imprint: London : Printed for Richard Janeway, 1681.
Series:Early English books online.
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