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A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR,
TRANSLATIONS AND CRITICAL REMARKS,
CHARLES SYMMONS, D.D.
OF JESUS COLLEGE, Oxford.
IN SEVEN VOLUMES.
PRINTED BY LUKE HANSARD, NEAR LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS,
FOR J. JOHNSON; NICHOLS AND SON; F. AND C. RIVINGTON;
THE Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce: Book II. 1
The Judgment of Martin Bucer concerning Di-
vorce: written to Edward the Sixth, in his se-
cond Book of the Kingdom of Christ, &c. .... 64
TETRACHORDON : Expositions upon the four chief
Places in Scripture which treat of Marriage, or
Nullities in Marriage, &c......
COLASTERION: a Reply to a nameless Answer
against the Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce:
wherein the trivial Author of that Answer is
discovered, the Licenser conferred with, and
the Opinion, which they traduce, defended...240
The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates: proving,
that it is lawful, and hath been held so through
all Ages, for any, who have the Power, to call
to account a Tyrant, or wicked King, and, after
due Conviction, to depose, and put him to
death, if the ordinary Magistrate have neg-
lected, or denied to do it, &c. ....
Observations on the Articles of Peace between
James Earl of Ormond, for King Charles the
First, on the one hand, and the Irish Rebels
and Papists on the other hand: and on a Letter
sent by Ormond to Colonel Jones, Governor of
Dublin; and a Representation of the Scots
Presbytery at Belfast in Ireland. To which the