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Jenkinsius Redivivus: Or the Works of . . . Judge Jenkins whilst A Prisoner in the Tower, and Newgate . . . Wherein is plainly set forth, the Just Power and Prerogative of the King, the Priviledge of Parliament, the Liberty of the Subject [etc.]
The principal collection of Jenkins' political and constitutional theory, almost all written while he was imprisoned during the Interregnum, ably defending the King in Parliament, and both reflecting Coke and anticipating the Glorius Revolution. Polished calf, joints rubbed, frontispiece mounted, still pretty. Printed for Jo. Hindmarsh at the Black Bull in Cornhill, London, 1681.
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