Arguments for the liberty of free men and other political writings, including a parliamentary journal, Seventeenth century
Scope and Contents
(1) Edward Littleton and John Selden’s arguments for the liberty of the person of every free man delivered at a conference with the Lords, with an introduction by Sir Dudley Digges, the objections of Mr Attorney and the replies; a blank space is left for ‘Mr Littleton’s presidents’; see MS Dd.13.34 no. 1; (2) ‘That the kings of England have bine pleased usuallie to consulte with their peares in the great counsells and commons in parliament of marriage peace and warre’, attributed to Sir Robert Cotton; see also MS Ee.02.32, no. 23; (3) ‘The proceedings or a journall of the passages in the second session of parliament houlden at Westminster in the 4th yeare of our soveraigne lord Charles king of England &c. begunne the 20th of January and ended the tenth of March in the same yeare, 1628; see also MS Dd.02.39, no. 2.
- Seventeenth century
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In the Library by 1856.